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Kaiachi 

Kaiachim. A former Pomo village in 
Russian r. valley, Sonoma co., Cal. *? **• • 

Kajatschim.— Wraiigell, Ethnog. Nachr., 80, 1839. 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt. 1, p. ^v/, 1907 



Pomoflu 



l^aiaidikik'tin 3oo-lf:hi.te-»lu]^ 

K,aiai'dikik-tin! Athapascan name for a ^^ Wiyot '* " Pah-to-waht 
village on the north side of Mad River at the mouth of 



VanCB Creek. ^^ Y/iyot ^^ r pah-to-waht l name for same place, 

-loll,!-!. L. Loud, 2thnogeography cc Archaeology 



Kotail-howi 



of the Wiyot Territory, Univ. Calif. Pubs, in ilm. Arch. cSc 
Ethn., Vol. 14, p. 290, 1918. 

Site F on accompanying map. 



See also KotRn-bowi-loli 



Kaiammu 

Village on W bank Klamath R 
of Klamath and Trinity: had 
Schoolcraft, Indian Tribes, 
Hai-am«mu by Gibbs on p*146 



itLyok 



a couple of miles above forks 
large rish-dam... Gibbs, in 
II, 176, lb5S, (Spelled 



See also Hai-aci-mu 



KaL 



1^ 



HodR( 



NoWucV 
», foot note,l9007 



Kaibab (prob. 'on the mountain/ from 
kaiborkaiba, * mountain.* and the locative 
ending a^r ^^^T-I^^eber). A division 
of the Paiute, iinnroering 171 in iiii6, 
when they were in the vicinity of Kanab, 
B. w. rtah. Powell gave their name to 
the Kail)ab plateau, n. w. Ariz. In 1903 
their number was given as 140, of which 
30 were at Cedar City, Utah, and 110 

under a special agent. In 1905 there were 
109 reported, not under an agent. 

Kai-bab-bit.— Ind. AfT. Rep. 251, 1877. Kaibabits.— 
Ingalls in H. R. Ex. Doc. 66, 42d Cong., 3d sess., 2, 



KaivavY/it.- 



5 K o> s VloVl e.Q-Vx_ 



-Pov/ell in Ind- Aff. Rep. Ib75,^50,mi 



1873. 

1874. Kai-ymv-uai Nu-inos.--Sen. Ex. Doc. 42, 43d 

Gong., 1st sGss.j^lf), 1874. 

Handbook Am, Indians 
Pt. 1, ip.^Y/'>, 1907 



KglIWW T\^x-^ 



^ 



Sko^W 



oVv-^OcVv- 



K^V^V^l> P1\A-V^ ,^ ^^?^>-*^J^*^S 











. Ll.OLL^.i;^ 1^(90 



5(1 



Tu^^ 



Kaibab: Given as Shoshonean tribe by A. E, Chamberlain, 
in article on North American Ind ir-^ns ,• Enc^^cl. Brit., 
vol.14, p. 461, 1910. 








Kaibab Paiutes 



Shoshonean 



**Th6 Kaibab Paiutes of the ne iprhb o rho od of Kanab 
in southwestern Utah,, and i/ocassin Springs, in north- 
7/estern Arizona. They hunt deer on the well^timbered'^ai- 
bab Plateau south as far as the Colorado River. They now 

number about, eig-hty or ninety individuals. Lingu-istically 
Kaibab Paiute belongs to the lite-nhemehijevi group of Pla- 
teau ohoshonean, differing only dialectically from 1) te , 
than vMch, it would seem, it is more ^^^^^^c- "— K.Sapir. 
Folk-Lore, Vol.yTIII, 4,^b, T)ec49l9. (Pec'd jVay 31,1911.} 



ornia K: 




Univ 



191' 



SuulK.o:vV«\\V >o:vVA-.V<^\mo.m WvV > 



over 




aiute ! ''of southwestern Utah 
Arizona". --E. oapir, Arn. Anthrop. , 
p. 152, Jan. — i.^arch 1913. 



and northwestern 
Vol.15, No. 1., 



Ka,L-VoL-l)-V't 



T ^^ \-^-l: ^ 



^^>-i>-^^-J^ V^ AKjOOsJs, 



\^%A^ 



iTfH^-l^^,^.^^^ ^^ 5u^.a||^, u^lT?4j"':,>. llj^l.-n^ J^^ 




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Vv 







^^H,ii4o.ui(> 



F-^ 










Ka^ibi 



\\a 



\ I 






T^*jl-3'^» C!.■^-AA^^./v-JJ\, , ?V-A^)\^«. 



Athapascan 



Old village sito/ on NE bank of E Fork of S Fork «? 
Eel river about 3 mi, down stream from Laytonvillo. 
From kal . nuts, and bi^ in. 
Barrett, Univ- Calif. pibo-*vo\. 6, 281, Feb. 1908 



* \Vck!v- OLiX-X 01- tJcV - \ ^ 



SVlosVlO Y\Q^ 








Kaigantc ^kftt : Given by Gk)ddard as big winter camp of 
the betaJ^aiya subtribe of -Wailaki" on west side main 
ji>el Kiver above Horseshoe Bend and 
of Island Mountain* — P,E,Gk)ddard. 
Univ. Calif.Pubs. Arch. & Ethnol. . 
109 & map . 1923* 



abouty^tniile Sff 
Habitat of Wailaki. 
Vol.20, pp, 105-6, 



Kai]finliftlrfl-iy<^ 






& 



1 I ••» i_x-v, — i=s3c — — — .: Given by Goddard as "Wai 
iaki sub tribe on^^tBOtt bank main Eel River extenditt? 
from Chamisso Creek to Pine Creek (at lower turn oF 
Horseshoe Bend). Also called>flajmndaflksiYa» -•-?.£• God- 
dard Habitat of Wailaki, Univ. Calif. Pubs, Arch. & 
Ethnol. . Vol.20, pp. 107, 109 & map, 1923* 



K-).iki odeke 



VeVs-rrpJrn 



Pcliklc 



KaikiGcieke: Given by Kroeber 



^ r 



C W V 



J'lr\ r\— 7-'"i 1 



, •,. .. r, ,' ,-^ , 3 hoo-pan name for Polikla 

villa3e of PeJ^^-piin on north side of Kiaiiath at r-cuth of 
Pek'^^an Ore ckT— Kroeber, Ildbk Indss Calif, p. 11, 1925 
Ho::-j-::h nar^e , Pixili:i2"^» v/hich see. 



ot?e 



T>0 Ir —IF/O 1'-^ 



i V^ 



K 



'^r; nn 



See 8l30 Firirnma 





Athapaskan 

, L: Given by Goddard as "Wailaki* village of 
ikichekaiva subtribe on left bank main Eel 



River at or near Horseshoe Bend,~P, £• Goddard. Habi- 
tat of Wailaki. Univ.Calif.Pubs.Arch.&Ethnol. ,Vol.20. 
p. 107, 1925. 



» ka'ikltsil 



Porno 



Bid village of "Valley D1vie.ion" rorno, Northern 
dialect, at head of Sherwood valley proper, about 
2 3/4 mi. northv/est of Sherwood station. 
From kai, valley, and kitsi^l, end. 



.X < <- P 



Barrett, Univ. Calif. .Piihs., vol. 6,]^148, Feb. 19 



08 



See Ki-kit-sil chu1>te 






N'lrkcxvxi-sl 



<LS\<-aLif\_ 



Tx-l \j^ Olrv. ^ 



Hu^<.JU-SL^)?Jt Cu^ 




:^,^-^ 







(lV<^^a ^^-^x Mowloc'KJL. {)Y.{Ki^^^u^^^^\>i.Q^^^^'^^^>cA^ 



b vnkvV\.^^S l'Hl\ev^->\e^ ^^'^^1 



c^^\ 



T%-^>^X^V^. 0A>.X>.5bxAjs^ WA.-^tX^i^ 







^^ei^'bixJ^i^C;^ mJI .Iaa\A^^ 



^Uj^ cSbxJ^ W'R.WcV , 



Kailtcitadafi 



Athapaskan 




afi: Name given by Groddard for 2 "Wailaki* 



villag^es on east side mam Eel River: one about a 
mile above mouth of North Fork Eel belongings to .the 
Nehlchikyokaiya subtribe; the other about a milS^below 
mouth of North Fork Eel, belonging to the Sehlchikyo- 
^ band. — P. E.Goddard. Habitat of Wail aki, Univ. Calif 
8, Arch, & Ethnol, ,Vol*20, pp. 100, 101, 109 & map, 



a 



;\ai luh .vc hen.re bid i n^g 



Ilwilkut 



Atharaokan 



K§ii^lj^{?Jl§.^M^Al:^A^ii- *'Chilula'* ( irkilkut) aarrxe for their 



V 111 a "e on e a 3 b 3 1 J. e of Red?/ o o d 



1 
A. 



Creek, 3hovvn on Kroeber'3 



ma]) -^.bout 2-4 r:.ile3 belo'^v Minor Creek, — Kroeber, Kdbk Inds 
Calif, r i.5P, rrai) p L59, I'^Zb 



See Ki -loo -b^hen --elk-t^in.-^ 



K:jii j ah-.vt.'.ihdin:^ 



Hvd'ikut 



Athapaak • ui j 



Ko. i 1 uh ■/; t a hd i n/. ; : "Chilula" (=^Hwilkut) na.ii\e for 






vil- 
a,':e on east ^iae of Redwood Creok, sho.vn on Xroeber^ 3 
map about three ndle3 beio'.v Minor Creek. — Kroeber, ilabk 
Ind.i Calif,p.L56, map p 1'^'^ ^'-'^ 



o 



ooo Ki -e - i '^. - tab ^ - 1 
o'je al30 Kailu';;ta'd]ri 



o 



n 



Kailu>Hta^din 



Athabask&i 



«iW«l 



KailuvJta'din* [= Ki -• 1 o ohw - ta. * - d iijg j « -> "Chiiula** iiaine, 
nieanirg '^^ will owe ainprg *' place" , i^td a to have been large 
village on t side Redwood Creek, <abQut^ 1/4 mile S of 
villci^e of Littcui< innau^dinLKlit~tshQQ "h*v dn-no\v'<5~d^ 
(Middle of E side' Section 17, Township 7 N, Range 5Ej.- 
P. E, Goddard, Univ. of Calif . Pubs. , Aiier. Archaeol. & 



--1 



Kailuwta^t^i^i * — Mentioned by Groddard in 'hWilkut 

364, 1914. 






L • 



Groddai»( 



riaeol 



■n 1-^ * 






Chilula Texts. 

Vol. 10, 



Univ 



aytljB* 
. Amer 



No 



f' 



See Ki-e-loo-tah 



1%. t 



en 



3ee a] ^30 Kf.uiuhv.'tahdin^ 



Kai 1 u>**t c eneL d i n Atliabaskan 

« 

Kaila>»tceneLdin *&gKi-looh*w--tsherjg:>elk-ding:1. — **Chiluia" 
narue, ineanirg "willovvs project place** for bneir former 
village in Bald Hills at the M end of a long flat (NW 
corner Section 21, Tov^.nship 7 N, Range 3 £)•— P. E. G-od- 
dard, Univ. of Calif. Pubs*, irner. Arcnaeol a Ethnol., 
Vol. lO^xNo. 6, p. 275f7pril 1914. 



Kai -me' 

Sub tribe 
Calif. 



' rKo^W- WtxW^'Vw o csW 



f 



O d-VvU.'Vv^ -'VvA.c 



Po-nioan 



^ ■ 



between Gevserville 
Pov/ei'E, Tribes of' 



and Cloverdale, Sonoma 
Calif., p 174)% 877. 



Co., 



Kaime ; "Kaime {above Kealdaburgh ) " . — Powell, Linguistic Families, 

p. 08, 1891, prite of Kulanapan family.! 



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) 




K(- 



-m e 



K 



3 V - Wv-C 





i'<s-Q- Vl- >w clWia^'W-^'VvvL 



Kaime {Kai-me^). A Pomotribe occupy- 
ing Russian r. valley, Cal!, from Clover- 
dale to Geyserville. — Powers in Cont* 
N. A. EthnoL, iiij 183, 1877. 

Handbook Am. Indians 

Ft. 1, p. <^/^ J, 1907 



■i^w ■» ^1^^^ 



Pomoar^ 



Ka^imuG 



S^<i. Kv~Vt\u.s 



Yuki 



Old .village of w^ain Wappo Area", 
site of present town of Yountville* 




on 






Cs 



A 



I 



WodWQUVwQc ^e^\cl~^-v^w-w^c^-W We>3hufn' tat-tah 1> 




Vvvo 







kosi 



It 



a ST>(^\v^^V .T. \\.C>NN( 




Ah^-OVK 



ikA\ 




£ 9L.0±>^^^-^<^ ) 



£ll_^ 



^Vv<^V. 



xw 




3aul>^V XAAiu JLi<iiviU v^1U<^J\iL^ , 'L^ ^0, l^at) 



Aj>^ (^ OL>VN.oi^^Slfc->K <Ok"-bW 1:<L^ — aJU,, ^jv^ )Hvft^cty.^4ic^ U/^-A^^wC. 



Vcl--^^>\A,vw- WvocW— y>-"'^t^^ xMu^::Xj^ )^-w-/s^ i?c/v^■,^^.— ci-^tA^^ 




Kaina>na. —Bancroft (aft.or Ko^itrofflitonQV/) in Nat.R. 




Pac. States. Vol.L p;449, 1974, 



4i^^' 



Kainamare 



V/e-shum tat-tah 



PO^ylOAH 



'^p^*' 



Kainamare.— Bancroft. I'ative Haces, III, p. 566, 1875 



Se.e_ \Ne_-iW^' AoJb-\<kW ^ Ve-(ik-a.W^^*-^* \:ujvv^^v%vv 



See also Kai-na-m©-ro, Ca.'Vv\.\v^a.>tcL, ^u^VVvwovwt^o ^ *^*'^^i'< jc'»^<^'^*t''iL 







- shum! hat -t ah \ 



To 



"VvvO 



' Kainamealis. —Bancroft (after Gibbs) in Nat. Races of Pac. 
States, Vol.1, p.'449, 1874. 

^Kainamar e^ lb i^ III. 566, 1876. 









"^isfssip^' 



Kai-na-moah. or 



.Kai-na-me'-ro'' v e-shum' tat- 1 ah P omo an 



Tribe "which lias its head-quarters at Fitch's ranch, is 
called ' Kai-na-me'ah. ' or, as the Spaniards pronounce it, 



•Kai-ne-me'-ro.* 



. I was informed that this dialect 



extends as far back as Santa Rosa, down Russian River 
about 3 leagues to Cooper's ranch, and thence across^the 
coast at Fort Ross, and for 25 miles above." .-GibbsT in 

Schoolcraft, III, 102, lasS-L^^^^^^^^^-^.^-^^^-^^v^'-^a 

Also quoted by Bancroft ,TNative' Races, I, 449, 1674, but 
spelled Kaina/nares or Kainameahs" 



See also Kai-na-rae-ro, Kanimares, Kinamero, ICainama, Kain 
mares, Kainameahs .^oi>vlv«^,.Y*.*,co.W<^v.4^.,' C,iir.. , . ,*. ' 



•Ko.' 



\Me-sVtu.>x:Arcu\:'-V<^Vv 



CVV- Vv O,- Vl-x <L - T 



W^ 



V> , - W < L->V 



? 



O v>vo 



A ^lYvOL/vx^a^/t^A/v » Kr 



** 




i 



Vccxv- Ko.^ Vv^^^Wv ^txlXos^ 



^4df\ 



\vXc.-i^:iJ^ 









Kainamare , 



(mcraiir.,^; v/OOd mnch ) 






aFjUaA, 

Lake , Lalx Co. 




FoiTiierly ni.ih-borod IGO , 



?i 



Co., San Francirc 



Kai-nap-0 

ov/er cnci of Long Valley , oast of Cle 
Calif. Said to bolong to Patwoen' fru^nily . 

Palmer 'e History ofllapa ciLak.e 
CountlcG , Calif. Piil). by Slociii/' Bo-;en 






lOaa'vsu jCv^ SjBL/^>jao^i^p)^^ 






Kft. 






bo 










,JU^c-^_J^ X^ljv ^ CCU^-^K' 5*^ (Vw^^ ^12., \10^). 



% '. . > - 



''A 



I. tlaU 



St> 



A 



\ 



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V- [^.a..\ ' Vv" 



- * 



Iv .. 



/ V 






V ^ 



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r*^ r 



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VERSO 



Kai-neh-moo 



Kahto 



Kai-ne-h-moo : Native Indian name for Lon, 
docino Co.. Calif . —L* L. Palmer, His 
cino Co,, 167, pub. Alley, Bowen & Co. 
1880 . 



Athapaskan 

Valley, Men- 
ory of Mendo- 
, San Francisc 






V/e-3hum* tat'-tah 



Pomoan 



Sueji^ V.(x\woVa.q.vo iV^OL'vv.ocVvv^tj^yo^, ft^ 



Kainomero 



We- s hum' tattah 



Jr'ojT.oan 



' ^^ainomero:0rir4n of the narne and collection of spelliii^-s. 
Barrett , Ethno.-^eon. ^'cnio. :-15-214 hnote. 1906. 



-SlO*^ oJLs-*5— KglV- vv ol. - Vve!- X- o A^ 



See nr 
we 



nhiuT. tattah 



^A 



Ke i-i-' om Q, 



\0. 



UVJLVQ-\C««-WV 




**Kai:=IiQmfi. (syn.Kato,Cahto). — A small group or tribe belong- 
ing to the Kuneste section of the Pacific coast division 
of this stocks They have occupied since earliest tra- 
ditional times a small area in northwestern Mendocino 
County, Gal. They are closely affiliated with the iVaila- 
kijMattole, and other small r.thapaskan groups of this 
region. The number enumerated in 1910 was 51." — Dixon, 
Census of 1910: Indian Population in U.S. a; i\laska, pp. 
15, 2a, 138, 1915. . ' f^F 

Kai-Porro : Dixon, Preliminary Bui] etin, Census of 1910: 
Indian Population, p. 16, published June 26, 1913. 



See also Kato,Cahto,Ki-Pomo, cic 



' Kai-Po-mo \.Q>t V\ To 



Vruo 



) 



MvLVv^-qak^^ 



i\tk 



flLpCLS 



e 



Vjtx: 



y^ 



ir.ibe on extreme headl?;;aterc of tke South Fork, ranging 
eastv/ard to Eel River, v/estv/ard to tlio ocean, and 
northv/avri to tlio territory of ^iie KaBto] Po-rno ^ Cn.lif. 

Pov/rrr, Tril.or. of Cal if., y I-'IR, 1 ^^V?. ^ ^^^,^ n^^^^^^^. 



[ ^^-*-<JOL "Vauxl^i^ ^X.Jb^ ^1, '3CX,\%7H. 



xvai Pomo: »*Kai Porno (between Eel River 

Lin^istic Families, p. 83, 1891. 



and South Fork)". — Powell. 
[Tribe of Kulanapan family H 



^^-^^ ^^^^ K\ - T 'HvO 



Kai-netl v 

\v.xo\<. 

Poh-lik villap;e on lower Kl:unath P^iver, Califij^^v:::^'!^^ 
Gibbs in Schoolcraft's ArchivonJII, p 138, 1853.^ — 

Sor.r.i on, ^. 1 9.%, Pj-!, iM.'v,. 2.u.^ ^^w^e^f>^[.x 





AUv1v'U,9J^i^4 




: Given by Gk)ddard as "Wailaki*' village 
of the Slakaiya sub tribe on east side main Eel River 
just above Horseshoe B end . ~P» E. G-oddard . Habitat of 
WailaJci, Uhiv. Calif. Pubs. Arch. & EthnoL ,Voi.20, pp. 
104, 109 &;map, 1923» 'H<>v\:Ktr^vvv6J'V^'^J^5Ui0.vf i^^^5Uk<CiHo^ 






• Kai vanunp:av idukv/ 

• Kaivanungavidukw ( Kni-va-vung-av^-l- 
dukv).) A band of the Paviotso, popu- 
larly (-alltHl PaiuU', formerly livint^ in 
Surprisii valley, n. e. Cal. — Powell, Pav- 
iotso MS., B. A. E., 1881. 

Bktxdbook Am. Indians 
Pt. 1, p. ^^J, 1907 



Shoshone an 



\koCv\i 



OLMNMl 



i\ 



So. T'l \x)c <2_ 



o!WO&ivc-y\. 



*' Kai-vav-it (Pai-Utes of Northern Oregon)".-- Letter of 
M-aj. J. V/. Powell to Dr. J. Hammond Trumbull, quoted in 
Aner. Nat., Vol. Xi, No. 3, March IQJI.V^^^^^^'^*^^^'^^ ^^^^-^-"'^ 



O- 



*"^V^ 



•■IC»» 



V)'ta'\v. - cJ:^*>-^3 



Kglv- 



vclv 




v)tcL^v-^vlxovv(^ 




U-^-U*-«,-»/^«LX«« 







^Xa^ oSLaJ^. K.0L»^\>^VV\ 



» Kaivlat-am 



"For themselves, the Serrano perhaps had no name 
Kalviat-am was ohtained." This is^derivative 
from kai-ch (qaitc), mountain; may he old terra 
denotive of the trihal and linguistic group, or 
translation of Spanish "Serrano", 



Kroeher, Ethnog. Cahuilla Indians, Univ. Calif. 
Puhs., Am. Arch. Sc Ethnol., vol. 8,^ June 1^08^ fSBTy 






kai victim:. "Tne terrr: kaiviatim i:^ merely a native tra^3- 
laticn of the Sjr.arish ' Serrano' ". --V;*; p. Stron.-,/hori iir; 



Coc.m Scui:r:ern Calif. ,-;.c. May 28,1929. 



1 



♦Sp r \ . *.N o 



Ka i ;; i err. 



uhoshonea'^ 



Mj^^ierr: Serrano clan N 3lore S-n Lernarciinoi^, around Lake 
^rro\vr^d.--W.r. Strorx.;,/VoriH^^^^^^^^^^^ Soc.m Soi^thern C:)lif, 
r-lJ , Ul) on nap i-^. IBfty 28 , l929. 



Ka-iwlr]it.i:fr 



Lu_V.5<5.Vo 



^ KoiKo VtCOctV^ 



ka- 



i^iilitum: ^^^auisiktun: nanie for Luiseno.--^^ 
oori>:inai lice, m bouthern Calif. ; i .. 11 •^■' 



P- Strong- 
May 28, 




SiiS. k.(xk,"-^-'^^€-'Vv-Vv«rc-^Q,'Vvv_ 



Kaiyau 

Eaiyau ('head'). A name applied by 
all the Pomo about Clear lake to those 
living about the n. end of the lake, in 
Upper Lake and Bachelor valleys, Lake 
CO., Cal. t/w«3 (s. A, B.) 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt. 1, p. ^/,?, 1907 




Ka i vau 



Kj-yow-bah^^ 



Pomoan 



Kai yau : Haiyau or Kai vau or F;hinal "are other narr.es of 
the valley region m whichn^vTwas situated." Mayi 
^^vi vi<as a villa{-e on Clear lake draimige not far 
from town of Upper Lake.--Kroeber, Hdbook. Inds. 
Calif., 231, Gen. Index 98 , 1925. 



jSee. Ki'-yovv 

S^e also Ki-ou, 



Kayau , W oJ\^j(x,\k, S V\ \ -n ol\ 




KaivekiYahang h Kaivekivaharl : Given by Qoddard as "Wailakil 
subtribe on both sides JNorth Fork Eel River just above 
& below Wilson Creek.— P. SU Goddard, Habitat of 
Wailaki, Univ. Calif. Pubs. Arch. & Ethnol. , Vol.20, 
pp. 96, 109 & mp, 1923 



• kaiye' 'lem 






Porno 



Old camp site of "Coast Division" Porao, Central 
dialect, near south "banli ©i* Garcia river probably 
about 2 mi. above bahe ^ myo . 

From kaiye ^ , manzanita, and ile^m , between hills. 
Barrett, Univ. Calif. Pubs., vol. 6,/166, Feb. 1908 



ubu u.ui-y.v-.i.- J m 



• ^taiye'lle 



romo 



Old village site of "Valley Division" Porao, Central 

dialect, alDout 3/4 mi. IT of TVhitehall. 

Barrett, Univ. Calif. PuIds., vol. 6, 178, Feb. 1908 



Kai-vo 




; 



" Kai-yo : Former rancheria in Coyote Canyon, southern 
Ventura County.-- MS Vocabulary obtained by H. W. Hen- 
shaw at San Buenaventura, Nov. 1884. Spanish spelling", 
' Covo , quoted from educated half breeds— H. Y/. Henshaw, 
MS vocabulary San Buenaventura Langua^je \ 2 copies) 
Nos. 293 8i 844, Bureau Ethnology. 



See also Koiyo, Coyo 




oerrano 




_^___: 3erra no *^ilan [Vj'' ?aid to have lived north 
the ~:5an Bernardino Ivlountains , acrcpp: from Jan Txinuel 

Reservation. — "" 

Oalif,, Univ 
p. 179. 1910. 



of 



naramo Loun tains, acrcsr: irom oan i.xinuex 
.^^IL. V/. Gifford. Clan? <!^ Hoieties in 60. 
V. Calif. Tubs, m Am. Arch. 1^ i^thn. , Vol. 



14, 



Tribe in'Russian River Valley north of Fort Ross, Calif. 
Bancroft, Ilative Races Pacific States, Vol.1, p449, 1874 



Ka^ke-yo-me 



^ IIain> fo 



Pomoan . 



• K a-ke -yo-me: Tuleyome name for Koi>im-fo qr^' Hajfn^ f o l - « c<»w 



Q^v^ rr ^ , see Haci-fo 

^ee Koi-im-fo 



Tribe-Pomo 

Name . Ka kiya 

Standard form ka„kiya ___ 

Tribe D Village:^] Other \J 

Source S.,...A,...Barxett,...T^C!rPAAE..6^..j).,...2a6^ 

Identification and remarks .. Sit e ..in „iJTimed ia t e..xic ^ t 

Ipcat.ipn imknpwn^ wStanc e uo Mill creek. 



See Amati'^o. 



porno 



;K^ak6ska^l Porno 

Old village of ITortheastern Mmu^rl^ Porno, on W "bank 
of Big Stony creek and about 2 l/2 mi. TI of Stonyforc 




dialog 



Barrett, 



i-sCon the Biokford ranch)l 



Southerly Wintun. 





.Tco^kLabe 



H 



Univ. Calif. Pubs., vol. 6, 



\ 



245, Feb. 19C8 



-/ 



Kaku Ikalev/ical 



Porno 



Old vllla£;e of "Upper Lalre Division" Poino, Kastorn 
dialect, on E shore of Upper Lalce about 1 mi, NE of 
strait joining Upper Lake v;ith main "body of Clear 
Lake. 

From kaku^l , white oak, kale^ , tree, and wica/J., 

ridge, or bo'^tar. 

Barrett, Univ. Calif. Pubs.,^vol, 6, 189, Feb. 1908 



J 



• 1 ^ 



(over) 






A Cp^-,\xh, n'\-\. 



\'s*i^ \Mtx\. \ i> \< \< V ■ U « «^-^^' Mhv^fi. I " ^K ^K. -- I 



ti 



VJvOkvi 



vakulkalewiGal: The nihhemmost 
• n f f jaTTomo Lands or Clear 
rial Volume, p. ^6, 1923. 



Ci':;o[r^ tract, --E. W 
Lake, Hearst 



^■emo- 



over- 



kola ^bida 



porno 



6ld camp site of "lake Division" Porno, ITorthern 



dialect, on west 



shore of Clear lake about 3/4 



mi. north of Lakeport(^ on western shore of small cove 
on L. P. Burger's propertjP). Possibly the kubi * of one 
informant . 

From kala \ clam, and bida ' , creek* 

Barrett, Univ. Calif. Ribs., vol. 6,7159, Feb. 1908 



r!hniT]ftRhfl,n 



•Kal'-ah-wah-cah' (Kaf-a-wah-oal/, Kal-lah-wali-cah ) 

Santa Inez rancher ia or village on S bank of Santa Ynez 
Kiver '6 or 4 miles below S^inta Ynez village. This was 
the largest rapcheria of the tribe ...Caliromia Jour^^^ . 
I 46 1911. CTold me by Santa Inez Indians Oct. 4, 1911. 'c^^^; 



See also Calahuasa, Galahuassa, Galahuasat, V\\k\cLV\^^.cL^^, 



/ w 



Ga\UWctssou, (;<.oc\ owWo^sW^ • Ka-la-wa-cuk 



,f 






* I^ala'^icolem 



orco 



Gld village site of "Valley Division" Porno, Central 
dialect, about 1 1/4 mi. SS;^ of Yorkville. 



Barrett, Univ. Calif 



■CH' j-'^-'. 



C V 



G 



f. O 



PuTds., vol. 6,^178, Fell 



1908 



Kala^iel 
Old^village 



Win tun 
of NuiUiOi'ly dlaieet^ at town of Newville 



=^-^JL/WVX ^^' 





Barrett, Univ 



ury t 
Calif. Pubs.,, vol. 6, 290, Feb. 1908 



t kala'ili 



Bo~yah 



Porno 



old village of "Coast Division" Porno, northern 
dialect, on "old" Stevens property just northeast 
of present blacksmith shop in Little River. 



Barrett, Univ. Calif. Tubs., vol. 6,/l34,'^908. 



See also Kah-lah-ili 




Chumashan 




►—Former ranchoria on Santa Barbara Channel at 
„ , -^^anteria wharf . ~ MS Vocabulary obtained by H. W. 
Henehaw at San Buenaventura, Nov. 1884. Spanish spell irK 
K.olfik, quoted from educated halfbreed. — H. W- Henshaw. 

pcabulary San Buenaventura language, (2 copies) Nos. 

& 844, Bureau Ethnology. 



See also K.olak, Coloc. Kolok, SI Paredon 



I * 



TCalaleo 



Pomoan 



F'alarleo : Old camp siie on M corner of Clear Lake , 
i mi. south of Ka-b e T (Narrows). — cmaa— 



kilelio: Old camp site on western shore of Clear loMe 

south of Rocky point at strait connect i 
with main body or Clear Lake. — Barrett, 
Porno, 158. 1908. 



about 
Upper 
Etn no' 



2 mi. 

l8.ke 

O^eog. 



See also kilelic. 



;i. 



ifala^lnokca 



romo 



Uninhab. mod'^rn villa£:e of "Valley Division" Pomo, 
Central dialect, short distance from IT bank of 
Kala^lnokca-pda, a small creek on Higgins ranch run- 
ning into Russian river, about 1 mi. from river*-/^^*^^^^ 
From kala^l~no, white v.-illow, and kca, canyon. 



cttlcmont . 




Inhab* 1 - oi ID yrs. 

Barrett, Univ. Calif. Pubs., vol. 6,^179, Feb. 1908 



* kala'lpicfil 



» 



?omo 



Bid village of "Valley Division'' Porno, Northern 
dialect, on the John Mawhinney ranch ahout 1 mi. 



south of Porno post office 



Gt*C.<^ ?■• 



'A » 



•'•. 



Barrett. Univ. Calif. Pubs., vol. 6,/ 140, ^08, 




^ala^nko 



rorao 



Old village of "Russian River Division" Poiiio, South- 
ern dialect, on vJ hank of Russian river about 1 mi. 
SE of Cloverdale. Site on Caldwell ranch 
between river and Calif. Northwestern railway track. 
Barrett, Univ. Calif. Pubs., vol. 6,^1, Feb. 1908 




See K;.Lh-lung-ko 



Ka-la-pu - ti-tca-k a-ka 



lorKV&n 




Buenaventura. 1884." (2 copies) Nos- 295 Si 844. Bureau 
Ethnology. 



^ Ka-la-tih 
HoQ-pah band on Trinity river^ Calif. 



\Vo 



OlpGL 



X 



w. 



"Me ye r , Ma ch B e 





[imento, p2 




85fu 



q^ Kft.'4 ( kV!- 





rwcAUy WsJIoucXv. cISJ^ s 



; Mentioned as][t?ibe of band making treaty with 
Col. Eedick McKee.~>Daily Alta Califs, Nov, 8. 1851. 



^ea-_al3o Ka- tab- 



les t« 



• Zala^'tken 



? 01710 






nd village of ''Russian River Division"" Pomo, South- 
ern dialect, on 7/ bsnk of Russian river about 4 l/4 
mi. S of Eealdsburg. Cn ranch formerly ovvned by 



J. G. Dov;. 



Hn H i- 



•i t 



G^.OO P\ 



Barrett, Univ. Calif. Pubs., 




E15, Feb. 1908 



Mii^P 



/ 



Karla*-wa>ouk [pronounced Ka- 1 a- wa* shuk] 

Ka-la-wa*cuk : Former rancheria of - A^la-hu-la - 
Ynez tribe. — H. W. Henehaw, MS Vocabulary S; 
language, obtained at Santa Ynez, Sept. IBft' 
292, Bureau Ethnology. 



Cbumashan 

or Santa 
a Ynes 
MS No. 



I 



See Kal-a-wah-sah 



See alBO Kalawa^ehuk »c§i}t^i|A Calahuasea. Kulahuaea 



Xnl?iv/d.shlik. 



Chuma shan 



Kalawashuk { Ka-la-wa^ -cUk) . One of 
the Chumashan villages connected with 
the former Santa Inez mission, Santa 
Barbara CO., Cal.— Henshaw, Santa Inez 
MS. vocab., B. A. K, 1884. 

Handbook Am. Indians 

Ft. 1, p. ^^(^ , 1907 



See also Kal-a-wah-sah' 




Kalawassa*— Indian 
miles above Santa 
lor, Calif. Farmer, 



c^netery on site of Coll 
Inez Mission on river-ba 
T^ay 22 & August 28, 1863 




Chumashan 

e Ranch, 
.— A.S.Tay 



See also Calahuasa, Calla Wassa, Kalawashuk .Kal-a-wah-sah"^ 



ra^le 



V/ e - s hum t a t - 1 ah 



romo 



Cld vi!llaf;o of "Russian reiver "Division" Pomo, ooiith- 
ern dialect^ Healdshur^- plaza occupies site^iSmall 



^o: 



£K 



lake was (former ly^/2 us t S of this site, hence name. 



From aka , v/ater, and le or li, jjlace. 
Barrett, Univ. Calif. Puhs., vol. 6,\218, 



Feb. 19C8 



See Kah-le 



Kaleca^dim * i;- VW-\e-ik(^W>(^\vw) jr^^^^^^^^ romo 
Old village of "^River Division" Pomo, Southwestern 
dialect, on E slope of summit of ridge just E of 
main hranch of Gualala river, saad about 4 l/4 mi. 
nearly due W of present village of Po^tol^ M^4^\xrl 
1/4 mi. SE of Atcacinatca^v/alli * 



/ 



From kale^, tree, and ca_dim, little |«idge. 



'■o to >^'th. 



Barrett, Univ. Calif. Pubs., ^ vol. 6, 236, Feb. 1908 



See Kah-le shah- dim 



kale ^ col: on G- Ko^W-ls. -skc^-k^-K / 



Pomo 



01 



d camp site of "Lake Division" Tomo, ITorthern 



dialect, on v;er.tern shore of Clear lake ahoni 
1 3/4 rai. north of Lakeport. Some say no camp 
or village here. 



From kale', tree, and cokoln, crooked. 
Barrett, Univ. Calif. ?ulbs.', vol. 6,^58, 



Feb. 1908 



* Kale^da 



Yuki 



Sa© (jJ/kumnanoon 






Klale^liyo 



romo 



Old village site of Pomo, Southeastern dialect, on 
V/ shore of East lake^just SW of Buckingham '^ island, 
upon which v/as located the old village Ka^md5t . 
Barrett, Univ. Calif. Pubs.'^,'^^vol. 6, 206, Feb. 1908 



• Kalelk {Ka^-lelk). A formor Modoc 
settlement on the n. shore of Tule or 
Rhett lake, s. w. Oregon. — Gatschet in 
Cont. N. A. Ethnol., ii, pt. 1, xxxii, 181 0. 

Handbook Am. Indians 

I't. 1, p. (^y^^, 1907 



Lutoo?ur)ian 



Kale Ik 



Kodok 



lutuamian 



rGivejj by Gatschet as L'pdok c^:unp on northern 

shore o£^ Tule -^ake^near a jit, tie j^-onoc village 
called i'asHha . or r^s'ha .-— jj. J, Gatschet, llama th 
Indians, CDntr.N.i'iiner.Ethn. ,Vol.2,Pt.l,p*xxxii ,1890 



See also Ktilelk 



kale'lsema 



see kale^sima 



Porno 



Kcx. n - \a.- Sc -Vy?^h 



• ka'lem 



^ ^ .- ' ; e in 



Porno 




6ld camp site of "Valley DivivSion" Porno, ITorthern 
dialect, just east of the Forks saloon 
about 1 mi. west of oonfluence of Bast Fork of 
Russian river with main stream. 

« 

Camp called by one informant ca'malda located in 



this immediate vicinity may have been same site. 
Barrett, Univ. Calif. Pubs., vol. 6,|l52, Feb. 1908 



« JCaleraala'^to 



Kah-chi-ah 



omo 



Old village of "Coast Division" Pomo, Southv;e stern 
dialect, about l/z mi, U of the Ghas. Rule ranch- 
house, and about 1 l/2 mi. N of mouth of Russian 
river. 

Barrett, Univ. Calif. Pubs.,^vol. 6, 231, Feb. 1908 



4 » 



ee KotW- le.-^ndirt- idK-to 



• kale *msupda 



Porno 



Central dialect name for old villare of "Valley 



ey 



Division" Porno, I\[orthern dialect, on north banl: of 
Anderson creek atout 2 1/2 rni. east- southeast of . 
Boonville. 

From ka.le ' , tree, rasu, hurned f?) , and pda, creek. 
Barrett, Univ. Calif. Pubs., vol. 6,]^150,' Feb, 1908 



kale^ si. ma 






Porno 



Co^j;al0.sema^, or xalej_sema) 6ld village of "Valley 
Division" Porno, Northern dialect, on east bank of 
Russian river about 1 mi. east- northeast of the 
Potter Valley rancheria. 



; « 



f . 



Barrett, Univ. Calif. Pubs., vol. 6,/l41, 




See KtJi-la-Soh-mah 



.^aletcu^maial 



Ka.W>-cK\'-J.h 



Porno 



Old village of "River Division" Pomo, Southv/estern 
dialect, in Mts. betv/een headv/aters of Austin creek 
and main branch of Gualala river^ about 1 1/2 mi. 



/. 



SE of Tana/m. 

Barrett, Univ. Calif. Pubs.,. ^ vol. 6, 237, Feb. 1908 



o^e. K^l^-^^-<^^^^->^^*-^l 



/ 



^ale v;ica 



(= lCa.W-U'-\M^-clvA) k'a.^-chi^AK 



romo 



Old camp site of "Gualala Hiver Division" Pomo, 
Southern dialect, on ridge betv/een headwaters of N 
Fork of Ijliddle fork 




Gualala river and 




Rancher creek. 



/ 



/ 



?rom kale , tree, and wica , ridge. 

EIBN' - GFCa PC YC; 

Barrett, Univ. Calif. Pubs., vol. 6, 227, Feb. 19C8 



See Kah-leo-shah 



• Kalr nda 



Kah-cbi-ah 



J'omo 



Old village of "Coast Division" Porno, Southv/e stern 
dialect, about l/4 mi. IT of Black point. 
From ka/li, up fa steep place), and J^ trail. 
Barrett, Univ. Calif. Pubs., vol. 6,^229, Feb. 1908 



Oee Kah-lin-dah 



Kalindaruk {kalin ^ ocean', ta *at', ruk 
* houses.' — Kroeber). A village near the 
mouth of Salinas r., Cal. The name has 
been used, whether or not with justifica- 
tion, to designate the group of Indians 
inhabiting the villages on lower Pajaro r., 
and between it and the Salinas, near the 
coast. Indians from this area were taken 
both to San Carlos and to San Juan Bau- 
tista missions. Among the villages at- 
tributed to this region are-Alcoz,-Anim pa- 
yamo,- Kapanai,-Kulul, -Lukaiasta, *Mus- 
tak,*Nutnur, •Paisin, -Poitokwis, -Tiubta, 
and- *Ymunakam. 

•Calendaruc. — Engelhardt, Franciscans in Cal., 398, 
1897. * Kalindaruk. —A. L. Kroeber, infn, 1906 
(proper form). % Kathlendanic. — Taylor in Cal. 
Farmer, Nov. 25, 1860. • Katlendarukas.— Ibid., 
Apr. 20, 1860. 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt. 1, p. ^/(^ , 1907 



OVWowe.(K-Ax^ 



Kalkalva 



Mi-doo 



Maidii village , Butte Co., Calif.^l^l,t^^v^JsJU^•^k.■BL^^ 
Dixon, The northern Maidu, map plate 38, 1905 



* Kalkalya 

Kalkalya. A former Maidu village on 
the site of Mooretown, Butte co., Cal. — 
Dixon in Bull. Am. Mus. Nat. Hist., xvir, 
pi. xxxviii, 1905. 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt. 1, p. L^J ^ 1907 



Midu 



Kal^-16- 




ijltXIQII 




-^^ : Name (in their own language) for ]l!fintu 
rancheria on or near site of present village of ohasta 




f 



Kal-lo-mah 



t 



/ 



Taji-kum 



?^idoo 



piim 



^mmmm^ 



•Kal-lo'-mah: Fonner small rancheria [now Henry Thompson* s 

at Stanfield Hill, Yuba Co. Information fr 



ace 



t 11 



Henry Thompson, old Tan^cu. —Calif. Journ. »p* 71, No v. 1,1928 



kal"De'l 



H 



a 



Porno 



ame of captain of old village tcg^mtoadlla , at 
time of white settlers' arrival; name given to his 
people, and whites applied it generally to all the 
Indians of Redwood valley; survives in name of town, 
Calpella. ^ 

^Barrett, Univ. Calif. Pubs., vol.6,ri43, 



Feb. 1908 



Sjl^ICc4-^<lV-IolIv 



Kal-pel' 



o-mah 






■lah po-mah : Metumki Poman.name for 




Uxcc^ Let^Yp^ 



i^i 



"be 
pella region. ^'^ Language hard^to understand, 
enemies:'— CAU.^ 



in 

People 



See also Calpella, Cul-pa-lau, Cul-pa-lau pon:o, Kalx^ela 



Kaltipa 



Kaltipa : Ranclieria given in Book of Baptisms, San 
Mission (7 Indians)* Spelling^ '•Ranclieria Cal ti pp a 
times; Caltipa 1; Kalti pa 1.-- lilisicn San Raxael, L; 

de Bautismos, 1818-1829, MS Copy A.Pinart. Bancroft 
187&. 



Rafael 

•2 

ibro 

Librar 



See eJso Caltippa, Caltipa 



Kaltoi 
Kaltoi: 

rn 



Yjikean 



in Gravelly 



ine Lau in Porno 
1903. 



.ly Valley, neur KaltojV. --Pari Purdy, 
:o Baskets, Out V.'est, p. 322, Lla^ch. '. 






•v X 



• ' If. 



,- r 



' ■ . 



Kalupet 




Qlaagiitkc, 



Mew§n 



Kalupet amal: Rancheria at Bodegii ment/icned repeatedly in 

Book of^Baptisms, San Rafael Mission (21 Indians). 
Spellings: Calupetamal Ifi times; Calupetamal de la Bodega 
1; Calupe tamal or Bodega 2; Kalup etamal l: Colupetal 1; 
Calap atmaal' l>-« Mision San Rafael',' LIB ro de Bautismcs, 
1818"- 1639, MS Copy by A.Pinart, Bancroft Library, 1878. 

[Note : Joletamal and Se luat axnal are also given as 
ranclierias at Bodega in same Book of Baptismso 









'J 

v.. 



U^i^^ — 



See also Calupetamal, ColupetaJL, Calapatmaal 



K^l 



U- 








v^O-^-VN^ 












• Kaluplo 

Kaluplo ( Ka^-lu-plo. ) A former Nishi- 
nam village in the valley of Bear r., Cal. — 
Powers in Cent N. A. Ethnol., iii, 316, 
1877. .v_ 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Ft. l,p.6>^^, 1907 



Midu 



kama^dokai 



Porno 



6ld village of "Valley Division" Pomo, I^ortbem 
dialect, at residence of Louis Billodeaux, on north 
side Sherv/ood valley proper about 1 l/z mi. north- 
west of Sherv/ocd station. 

From ka, water, mado* , cold, and kai, valley. The 
late A.E.Sherwood says a deep spring- near mato ' 



v/as 

A 

called, ka * mado . 

Barrett, Univ. Calif. Tubs., vol. 6,/l48, Feb. 19G8 



See Kah- mah- do- ki chut-te 



^ Kam-ah-lel' po'-mah Miyakman 

' Kam- ah- 1 e l' po-mah: Me- tunKmah nan:e for the Oo^.kprJ'Pl>- 
til- ka tribe inhabiting the coast region frorr Usal 
IJreek south to Ten Mile Eiver (some say to Irglenookj. — 



See also Canalel Pomos, Cc-mel-el-poma, Kawiha-lel Po-mo 



mah" 



Chumash 



mah*ti« - _ _ 

ounty E of Santa Ana Ranch. and between rancheriae of 
' ^ ' ' , ^ .> .' , pj^ ^ Henshaw, US 

5 obtained at San 
^08, 293 & 844, 

Bureau Ethnology. 







-^^/^ 





K'VWv^o^s ka^K 





kAJL/wJjl>^CXA.OC ^.v^O^-^ 



Kamalel Pomo : "Yusal (or Kamalel) Pomo, 'Ocean People* (on coast 

alone "^ Yusal Creek)." — Powell. Lin^istic Families, 
p. 89, 1891. ^ribe of Kulanapan family .1 



and 











' ^£almdotC-]^e"mak2na, Xa" u^iV ma ^ e.:ti^T. ^ :. g. .s>^ 






. Ai.--omo 



.^'Id village site of Pomo, Southeastern dialect, on 
Buckingham N^ island near IV shore of East lake and 
close to penin. separating East and Clear lakes. 




and 




i^ialoQ .t 



Barrett. Unlv foT-i-f -r. ^^^^^Atl-tW. 

. /\"^^^- C^l^f-P-^ts-.^vol. 6. 206. Fet. 1908 

KajudotL: Kroeber (obviously after Barrett) . Hdbook. 
Indians Calif., 232, 1925. 

?ee al3o Lim-.-nahk-mah. lemakma 



Kamelch 




Kamelch .— T. 
county map, 
Amcr. Arch. 
1920. 



T. Waterman (after Randall's 
186d), Yurok Geography, Univ 
cc Ethnol., Vol. 16, No. 5, p 



unpublished 
Calif. Pubs. 
206, May 51, 



See Ha-me^ 

See also Hi-meL, He-melth, Hayk-msok 



-V 



^^\SCLKyT^a.^ 



j^'^v ^ctrQL^ 



Xr^JLv .v^-..^ii:>u^JSL ^^— \V^*^^^^^-^i.-^ '^^^^U.^-:^ W-op^^ d^c. 




ig:,is1,(u3>Ao4 \^&%. 



iV^^^^<-XNj^/vva<7 ^ipJUy. VvvtKtf . 



SijixaiU^ ^(x.^Yve\^VTov/vo vKoLyr\OLV<t\.'Vo\woXoL>vv<LV^l-)^ovv^o,^(xvv^e- 



VtXV ^^iVNvoi, 




•^ V)^ol\ T 



^ VwO . 



Ka-mih'"me 

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm 



Chumashan 



.Ka-mih-me: Former rancheria on Santa Barbara Channel 



near mouth Ventura River, 
bluff 3 than rancher i as of 

San Buenaventura L 
Nov. 1884. 



house) and Ki-na^pu^^. — 

(2 copies^ 



an'juage 
Nob 



a^little farther along on 
*'- — ^ "-wa (at slaughter 
H. W. HenF.haw, MS Vocabulary 
obtained at San Buenaventura, 
293 k 844, Bureau Ethnology. 



Kiiiaia 



K 



9 



01 Vvv-Vv^S^l ^ 





"By this term is meant the so-called Yuma Dief niQ' 

Southern Diegneno. who 



are agricultural people dwelling on the Colorado River 
just below the southern frontier of California. These 
people are bordered on the north by the Yuma , with whom 
they are reputed to have allied themselves in war against 
their southern neighbors, the Cocopq ^ as well as against 



Univ. Cali?. Pubs, in Am. Arch. & Sthn., 
p. 156, 1918. oj^^v 'vv.c.-c^..^.,,^^ ...^ 



aties m ao. 
Vol. 14, ft. 




Call 
note 



: \ 



J 






!Ov-<L\- 



Kamia- 



!i Scattered ,<rour of 2b Indians livin.-i; in Imperial 
Valley, remnants of more extensive tribe 'Vhicn once 
controlled that section. Orir:in-;lly carne from distri 
of San Diego.^A Lan;-.ua;3e is dialect "of Die ueno.-- 
K.W.GifrordV^lxn Rafael Independent, Feb. "6, 1929. 



-F'fi^j^ina 



^T. ■ 



liam-fo 



Pomo 







fe-eovJL. 






Kamjna; Kroeber (obvioualy after Barrett) , Hdbook- 
Indians Calif.. 232, 1925. 



See vl-lem-fo 

See also Haukoma, kauf^uma, Xaukumaiina 



•W(X>>-^v 



vx^VVOuV, 

...„-.Q. ? jr 



' VA--Vw'vM^arc' •■ ^^W^>^»— ^^i ft-^—JJw rf '' 



^ 



'W^Q-V' 





■0^ KA.vw\vtt.\. djt CoAvJU-'.'- 



Sjo^ V.aL\v^ ' "Vvv t-"\ 



K 



Q^\VLlU(XV 





S-^JttJL^ 



^ ^lo^orv^cvvo 



.^ 



lL'Wo.\>^ 



^-^^-^c3UX- l^L^Jl::*.^^^ x1j^T:1 "^^^-^..kSU^ t^j^V , <>. lca.v>:- w 




Usui^ 




f^^^*M^- ^•'Sr^ \. HIS JLste^ 



£-cX.»A . — VvLbJW.'-uu — . <Xa^ — 



§»-^»^ \LQ^W-Vw<t -V ^ V^OLV^-W, ^Ovyxov^t^ Ciov-«iHO. i^ 



ka ' ml i 



Porno 



6ld camp site of "Coast Division" Pomo, Central 
dialeot, about I/4 mi. north of Bowen's Landing 
and about 1 3/4 mi. northwest of 




b Gualala. 



Meaning, anything thrown across. 



Site probably one referred to by o o rtain whites e# 

who have found here evidences of abori^-inal 




occupation. 



W' h i- () G^C("> p 



^o 



Barrett, Univ. Calif. Pubs., vol. 6, 1 167, Feb 



1908 





Sliastan 


Kammatwa {Kammdfwa). One of the 
four divisions of the main body of the 
Shasta, occupying Klamath valley from 
Scott r. to Seiad valley, n. w. Cal. Accord- 
ing to Steele the native name of these 
Hamburg Indians, so-called, is T-ka, but 
this is apparently a misprint of I-ka, 
properly Aika, their name for Hamburg 
oar. (r. b. d. ) 

Hamburg Indians.— Steele in Ind. Aff. Rep. 1864, 
120,1865. T-ka.— Ibid, (misprint). 


- 


Handbook Am. Indians^ 




Pt. l,p. ^/f, 1907 




^^^^ \^(^VL-VvvoLW.t-\^K(^^^ 


• 






SW^sirOLU 



VJLoLAA'^Jt^AV-l^-J^^^J-K §Jk^^ ^^-^5lja^^^,^j}^ 3!lU/i30SA/^ , B-«-J^ GUv^yU^-w-o. 



Hcc^.vu^.iss:»3<^<^^ 



"S^j^^^Ui 



\S07, 



V^->^>^ K^W- Vvx^Vvi ^>^VMtJk.k, :^ i^^i^^f^ lyL >oJIpJ^ ^ot^ j^^ 



:ttt 



\ 



K^Vv- VvytxlVci ^^WJolv 



jt^^^^^^ {^ >oJIpJ^ ^Ok>s 




I 






^^^^XfesJU ^ I^v^ 



Vw 




^\-V\MQ.) - 







JQ^.QqA.fl.^ (x^Jk ^ Ci::^tt/w 










V>J<J»^ 



— - °— 



Kam-mva 



Yuman 



• Kam-mva . — Pronunciation given by Harrington in reply to 
inquiry concerning word Kamya . Yuma name for easTiern 
Diegueno , as used by him in an article in Journ. Am* 
Polk-Lore , XXI, 324, 1908. I H-^--:^-^:fc--^ JUtt^o^^j^ 



Seejtaraya, Comoya, Gomoye, Gomoyei, Quemaya, Quemeya 



Kaimilas 



CliUT.ashan . 

Kamnlas. A termer ChumaHhan village 
situated at or near the present Camulos, 
near the mouth of the Piru, in V^entura 
CO., Cal. 

Kamulas.— Taylor in Cal. Farmer, July 24, 1863. 
Ka-mu'-lus. — Henshaw, Buenaventura MS. vocab., 
B. A.E.,1884. ^ 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt. 1, p. ^/f, 19Q7 



See also Ka-mu*lus, Camulas 



K 



/ 



OLVrcU.(X. 



^\;^\v^(^ 



\ 



£v^ LoL$\: <1>^W !b\e^v^e,'VvO . 



\ 



U^YWCLVU 



H^O^KitfiJCjt^ , 5^^^^-^^^-- 



'"1X- 






'o^fibJi^ 



^^^--^ 



cS-^'xr- \jk>^\Q^ I d. ^fe-tx.NjMtfiJL'PavJL^ ^ t3fc*vw(if . \ 




M:t>\^ 






Chumashan 
Kanmlas 

Rancheria formerly tributary to San Buenaventura Mission, 
Calif, ( hirfier up above Pi i ru), —Taylor, Califs Farmer^__ 
July 24, 186S. 'Bancroft (after Ta,ylor), Native Races, I, 
74by, 18V4: " • 

■ ' ■ ' — 

^a-mu-lup' On ait^ of Cami.aoa Bancho.— MS JLocahila 




1884 



ng>Ca.mulus . quoted fran educated hal 



hrpftd.-> MS Y 




uage (2 cop* 




Ethnology 



f 



See dso Camulas^ Ka-mu-lUB, Ca,i?iulu8 



mh! 



\M^-sWw^-^VeA--\:a\v 



To'VvvOO.Vl 



the south and southwest, separating the Tul eaiane irom 
their relatives on the coast, are two stocks— first, the 
Mi-ah-kah-mah or ' Wap^po ,' inhabiting Alexander, Knights 
and upper \Napa valleys; and beyond these the Kan-a- 
ma-ra of Russian River valley and the Santa Rosa plain." 
— Merriam, Dist.and Classif.of Mewan Stock of Califor- 
nia, Amer. Anthropologist, NS IX, p. 352, June 1907, 



See Kan-a-ma-rah, Ki-nah-ma-ra, ^<, ^<^ 







>«Mjo»>^ Q)OVVO v^^^ 




SiJU-Ot^A "tgd 'Wj^ 



t 



VA.Y^ - Vwv 



OL /v-m,^ — 5L»^-s^ dl"t*w A?dXx. JU.a.^*a^ «Cy- 

JtArs_ JLtM.**«--c«JLv>,».o -A^ \U>^ 90" 



^t-w-^ 



Kan-a-ma-ra. — Merriam, Dist.and Classif.of Mewan Stock of 
California, Amer. Anthropologist, NS IX, 552, June 1907._ 



^€Ji^ We>^Vcu.vvv Vct,\:-\aVv _ _ . . 



Caynairero 

















X-cbuuou.^^ rVvM'\JLV><i»*Jl Yu.*hA! 




vKandaRkaiva : Given by Goddard as subtribe living on 
Jewett Creek (western branch of niain Eel River below 
Kekewaka Creek)-?- P. E, Goddard, Habitat of Wailaki, 
Univ. Calif. Pubs. Arch. & Ethnol. , Vol, 20, lop.lOS, 109 
& map, 1923* 



Po-lik-lah 




Voc 



\^\W^ 



) 



• Ka-nek . ... 

• Yurok_' V i 1 .1. ci{^Q , on left (S) bank KlMinatli lUvor ue- 
twGon W^Qi-nek^S ^^ :md Er«teor l'r&: 

Choh olch'.vedin;-;: Hoo-pah riarr.e. — Kroeber, Hdbk Ind3 Calif, 
Sh-ATJifum: Karok nnme. — Kroebe^^, Hdbk Ind3 Ca]ir. r. 11, 1921 






Choholch.vedin^, Sh.vufun, 



\^0^-Vv>V C^ - V^ o'~ \\ -Q, >^^^' VCo\V- >v<l V \m4^a:cV (SLJUl^ 



%^-NNU^ 






Kani. — Powell. Linguistic families, p. 93, 1891. 





SjUL Vv O V <. , K OKV- V\ «. 



IP 



^^ ■^ .'- ->»">- 



Kanick 



Poliklan 



K anick : Indian village on north bank Klamath River one 
mile below mouth of Tuley Creek.-- Hoopa Valley Indian 
Reservation Map, Indian Office, 1912. 



See Ka-nek 



Tribe^m SonouiaCo,, Calii. ii/f^JvT-^^.^ 

Bancroft, llative Racos Pacific States, Vol. I, p '352,^1^74.' 

TolhUya^^*^^^^^^^^-^^. ^^'^-•^^^.^<i, l^o.(3W ''l^i^JiJ^ ?:2^vuA^^ Bancroft 
Ibid, III, -648, 1875. s 



Kainamares or ^Kainajaieahs, — Bancroft (after Gibbs), Ibid , 

p/M9; but Gibbs spells the words. Kai-na-me-ro and Kai- 
na-meah in Schoolcraft, III, p. 120, 1853. 



See Ve-shurr tat-tah 



I 



Kanimarres 

Spelling 
1860. 



See 



kx-A^-vvvo^o .y ^ 






D 



for Kaniinaro. . — Taylor, Calif. Parmer, March,3i 




annimares.- 
398, 1874. 



-Bancroft, Nat.Kaces of Pac. States, Vol.1, p. 



Kan- no -ah 



Pomoan 



^^an-no-ah: Tribe of Yokiah-Eoyah rrony.Q'^-t ending from uppe 
part of Garcia Piver to coast, which they reach 



} 



ish Eock -to Gualala River. fjovtLPork ^ &ualala River 
lies wholly jn their territory'-. c^Wi/w^^ 



See also Knoya 



Kanfceltcekai ;. 



Athapaskan 



'K§iitfiliggkat: Given by Goddard as northernmost village 
of the Kaikichekftiyft subtribe of his "Wailaki* . .on 
left bank mam Eel River at or above mouth 
Creek... P. E. Goddard, Habitat of Wailaki. Univ. Calif, 
Pubs. Arch. &Ethnol.. Vol.20, p. 107. 192^ 




k 



\:\X , 



Kanv/.-iicikiiku 



Churr'ashan 



Kanwaiakaku ( Kan-ivdi^'a-ka'ln ) . A 
former Chumashan village near the mis- 
sion of San Buenaventura^Cal. — Hen^haw, 
Buenaventura MS. vocab., B. A. E., 1884. 

Handbook Am. Indians 
^- 1. P-6v)^^, 1907 



Kan^twai ~a- ka-ku 



3,han 



mmmm/t 



' Kan-wai'-ft-ka-ku : Fom:ier rancher ia near mission of San 
Buenaventura and E of rancheria Ka> c om- c Qm> mai wh i ch 
was close to Ventura Mill.— MS V ocabui ary obtained , 
by H. W. Henshaw at San Buenaventura. Nov. 1684. Spanisn 
BT)elling - Ca an wava ca cuw . quoted from educated nali* 
breed. Henshaw also uses spelling Ka-an-wa-- ai> ka- ku- hu 
and says it means *the oak is hangirg'.-- H. w. Henshaw, 
M Vocabulary San Buenaventura Lai^guage U copies; Nos. 
293 & 844. Bureau Ethnology. 



See also Kanwaiakaku. Ca an waya ca cuw.Ka-an-wa-ai-ku-hu 



kapacinal 



(= Kah» pah> she^ nal ) 



Kah-chi-ah 



Pomoati 



Old village of ''Coast Division Porno. Southwestern dialect? 
near shore-line about 2 mi NW of Fisks Mills, 



Prom kapa\ bracken, and cinal, head, 

Barrett. Univ. Calif. Pubs., vol. 6, Ethno-Geog. Porno, 
230, Feb. 1908. 



See Kah-pah-she-nahl 






rVildloo 



Kapaka 



Kapanai 



Midu 

Kapaka (A'a^-joa-Aa). A former Nishi- 
nam village in the valley of Bear r. n 
Cal.— Powers in Cont. N. A. Ethnol. in' 
316, 1877. ^,111, 

Handbook Am. Indians 
^- l*p. 6>>'{i, 1907 



m 



Kapanai. A former village of the same 
Co8tanoan group as Kaliiularuk, and con- 
nected with San Carlos njission, Cal. 

Capanay.— Taylor in Cal. Farmer, Apr. 20, 1860. 
Kapanai.—A. L. Kroeber, inf'n, 1905. 

Handbook Am. Indiana 
Pt. 1, p. ^rs, 1907 



hi 




on, south bank 



•Kg-pgl' or -Kj^-pR 

If 

^ Kg-pe l: Polikle name for their, village 

Klamath River between V/ah-s^ and * Ivl6-rek4^ . Given me 
by woman of this villa^e.^ciA^^v--'. 
Prank Isles, a full blood from Requa, tells me it is op- 
posite jiiOj^rek^L- ^nd he pronounces it ' Ka-p^OJ . — o^j^O"-^^ 



See also Kepel , Kai-petl, Cap el , Cap-pel, 



wmmiam 



Ka-pS 



hi 



or ■ Kg-pe] 



Kapel 
Cap-pell .Capel 



Po-lik- 



%•• 



Ka-pS^; Pplikla name for their village on south bank 
Klamath^ River ^opposite Mo-rekS=^ , Told me by Frank Isle 



a full blood I'rom Requa. 
^Pronounced -Ka- p el' by woman of this village.— ci>jv>^. 

^H'ri^.^ii.^^iven ao Karok :oame- --Kroeber, Habk ln±^ Calif 
p II, I9:'ib * 

I^^.?i>4.inE.: '-iven a3 Hoo-pah mine. --Kroeber, Habk Inds 
Calif, p II, iQ,:^b 



See also Kepel, Kai-petl, Capel, Cap-pel. Cap-pollccver^ 



r-, > 



late ■5adin;.:, J^avanai 



Xa^pten ?omo 

r ~ 

Old village of "Russian River Division" Porno, South- 
ern dialect, on V/ shore of Laguna de Santa Rosa 
about 2 mi. from its K extremity. 
Barrett, Univ. Calif. Puhs.,^vol. 6, 222, Feh. 1908 



ka*ralia 



±-omo 



6ld village of "Lake Division" Porno, Northern dia- 
lect, on eastern horder of Scott*^ valley about 
1 1/2 mi. north-northwest of Lakeport; psrt or all 
of site is on J. F. Burger's ranch. 
From l^ar , a dry limb filled with v.'oodpecker holes, 

and ke , v;ater. 

J*' - ^ :- G HO H P 'v. o 

Barrett, Univ. Calif. Pubs., vol. 6,\l56, Feb. 1908 



K (XY O-Wu^ V OL ~ KolX - K oAv-Vo'-V«. i>-V 



Ka\-nU. 



Karakuka. The name given by the 
main body of tlie Karok (q. v.) to the 
divergent dialect spoken on Clear cr and 
at Happy Camp, Cal.— A. L. Kroeber, 
inrn, 1905. 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt. 1, p. u'-J , 1907 



%ju. K^^^t G^\\-Wo'- WclW I V-a\v ^ t ol ^'" Wo (^Ko^v-\ol.W'-Wo ) 



Kannentaruka 



OlhOnean 

Karmentarnka. A former village of the 
Rumsen, connected with San Carlos mis- 
sion, Cal. 

Carmentaruka.— Taylor in Cal. Farmer, Apr. 20, 
1860. 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt. 1, p. (^^7, 1907 




^VOUI>/V^.4,A^ 



Karoh (Error for Karok) 



Karok 



• Karoh: L, A. Dorrington, Indian agent. Mention only. -- 
Cliico l^alif,] Jiiterprise, Ivlartyh 9, 1927. 



See Karok 






kfxY 











/!luJv, (^^ 






il^JU^ 



.^-v^v. 



Karok. — Powell. Linguistic Ffmiilies, p.lCl, 1391. 



et 



7 «v -__— . ^ 4 ■ t » ) — - 



VTiifa. A-r-v^a-aYYs 



) 



-^ 



V^g X- 1)\ 




Karok {karuk, ^upstream'; they have 
no name for themselves other than that 
for 'men' or * people', arar, whence 
Arra-arraj Ara-ara, etc.). The name by 
which the Indians of the Quoratean 
family have, as a tribe, been generally 
called. They lived on Klamath r. from 
Redcap cr. to Indian cr., n. w. Cal. 
Below them on the river were the 
Yurok, above them the Shasta, to their 
K. were other Shastan tribes, while on 
the w. they wiTe separatcMl ])y a spur 
of the Siskiyou ints. from i\w, Yurok and 
the Atliai)ascan Tolovva. Sahuon r., : 
tributiiry of the Khimath, was not Karok 
territory except for about 5 m. from its 
mouth, but was held mainly by Shastan 
tribes. While the Karok language is fun- 
damentally different from the languages 
of the adjacent Hupa and Yurok, the 
Karok people closely resemble these two 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt. 1, p. (^/9, 1907 



tribes in mode of life and culture, and any 
description given of the latter will apply 
to the Karok. They differ from the 
Yurok principally in two points: One, 
that owing to the absence of redwood they 
do not make canoes but buy them from 
the Yurok; the other, that thev celebrate 
a series of annual ceremonies cal led ' ' mak- 
ing the world/' which are held at Pan- 
amenik, Katimin, and Inam, with a sim- 
ilar observance at Amaikiara, while the 
Yurok possess no strictly analogous per- 
formances. The Karok had no divi- 
sions other than villages, and while these 
extended along the entire extent of thc^ir 
territory, three important clusti^rs are 
recognizable, in each of which there was 
one village at which certain ceremonies 
were held that were observed nowhere 
else. Panamenik, on the site of Orleans 
Bar, and several other settlements formed 
the first group; the second was about the 
mouth of Salmon r. and comprised Amai- 
kiara, Ashipak, Ishipishi, Katimin, Shan- 
amkarak, and others; in the third and 
northernmost group the most important 
villages were Inam, at the mouth of Clear 
cr., and Asisufuunuk at Happy Camp. 
In the first two groups a single dialect was 
spoken; in the last, the farthest upstream, 
a divergent dialect called Karakuka was 
employed. 



Karok. 



ov^<ev 



Following is a list of the Karok villages: 
Amaikiara, Aperger, Apyu, Arani- 
niokw, Ashipak, Asisufuunuk, Chainiki, 
Chawakoni, Chinits, Couth, Homnipa, 
Homuarup, Ift, Inam, Inotuks, Ishipishi, 
Ishwidip, lyis, Katimin, Katipiara, Ko- 
kaman, Kworatem, Ohetur, Olegel, Oler, 
Opegoi, Panamenik, Pasara, Sawuara, 
Shanamkarak, Shegoashkwu, Sumaun, 
Sunum, Supasip, Tishrawa, Tsano, Tsofk- 
ara, Tui,' Uchapa, Unharik, Wetsitsiko, 
Wopum, and Yutoyara. 

Ara. — Gatschet in Cont. N. A. Ethnol., ii, pt. 1, 
xlvi, 1890 (sig. *man'). Ara-ara.—Ibid. Arra- 
Arra.— CrooK, ibid., in, 447, 1877. Cahrocs.— Pow- 
ers in Overland Mo., ix, 157, 1872. Cahroes.— 
Keane in Stanford, Compend., 504, 1878. Cis- 
quiouws.— -Meek in H. R. Ex. Doe. 76, 30th Cong., 
1st sess., 10, 1848 (may include also Yurok and 
Shasta). Ivap'i. — A. L. Kroeber, inf'n, 1903 
(Shasta name). Kahruk.— Gibbs (1851) in School- 
craft, Ind. Tribes, iii, 151, 1853. Karok.— Powers 
in Cont. N. A. Ethnol., in, 19, 1877. Orleans 
Indians. — Kroeber, infn, 1903 (sometimes lo- 
cally used, especially downstream from the 
Karok territory). Patesick.— McKee (1851) in 
Sen. Ex. Doc. 4, 32d Cong., spec, sess., 194, 1853. 
Patih-riks.— Meyer, Nach dem Sacramento, 282, 
1855. Peh-tsik.— Gibbs (1851) in Schoolcraft, Ind. 
Tribes, in, 138, 1853 (Yurok name; sig. •up- 
stream*— Kroeber). Petit-sick.— McKee, op. cit., 
161. Petsikla.-Kroeber, infn, 1903 (Yurok name). 
Upper Klamath. — McKee, op. cit., 194. 



Karok 



Karok 



"The Karok language is spoken on the Klamath river above 
^tiQ Yurok. extending from Red Cap creek to the vicinity 
of Clear creek. The largest groups of villages were about 
Orleans, the mouth of Salmon river, and the mouth of Clear 
creek. The language is uniform, except in the Clear creek 
region, in the uppermost part of the territory of the 
stock, where an unrecorded dialect iasaid to be divergent 
The Karok have no name for themselves other than arara. 
people. 

means up , ^ ., _ 

as karuK"V«arara . up-stream people, but^chiefly with ref- 
e re nee to the furok or yuruk-v -arara. **- -Kroeber, Language 
of the Coast of Ualif.N of San J^'rancisco, Univ. Calif .Pud! 
A^i.Arch.Ethn., IX^^3,p.427, Apr. 29, 1911. 

-"Ar a, >Ara>a ra or -Karok": Given by Gatschet as lin^^uistic 
family on both sides Klajr^ath "River. -A. S. Gatschet , 

[OVER] 



ICarok, more properly karuk. in their own tongue 
stream; they occasionally designate ^themselves 



VERSO 



Klarrath Indians, Contr. N. Anier.Eth, ,Vol«2, Pt« 1, p.xlvi. 
1890, 



T^a.V^c.\.-(^^^'Yv\jL/v.s:^:%I^<^ •jl4v^-»-, U.-w^ Z^t^^^ ^^^^Ji^JJi..^ cL^^pf^^s^ 



^ 



K.a.t-0 c-krfcOLA." - YY€.ka.l<iJ!i^iH«A--A.. l« — ixatt^. 



[OVER] 



KAJIOK 



KAiiOK 



' **ARft, ARZ-ARA or K7\RpK": Given by aatschet ad lirKuistic 
fa.rrily on both sides of Klarrath River.— A. S.Gcits diet, 
KlajT.ath Indians, Contr.N.Arr^er.Eth, ,Vol,2.Pt, l,p.xlvi, 
1690. 



Karok 
of 



a 



Wood 
Indiana 



Horn carvings 
of i\'VV Calif. , 



Isabel T. Kslly, Carver* s/rt 
i::p.54o-o60, /.ug-6, 1950. 



oS-^ 



See QUORATEAK . ARHAR, PEHTSIK 



a^*-^ Ko-t-o'Ji-ci.\^. 




K 



aYo 



k 



<. 



Retak 



e 




Preceding Frame 






SOME B^ INDIANS .^ 

OLDjCUSTO*! 



-/ 



/ 



u Co. 



i 



Som^ pfer" flSiskiyou Cb.,) Jan 31 — 
The two remaining medicine dancers ' 
of the Kaix>uck Indian Tribe have 
l>een vef?^l for **^several diays. Mis. 
Lucy Jerry^ the oldest medicine danc-' 
er, has been dancin? the medicine! 
dance, which the Indians believe heln^ 
hral an illness. 

Mrs. \Mry Irfiwson. (ho yi>\nu»i*v! 
nirdUrnr dnnm uf this tilbr <IJgo \\v.i 
l> M»n ill. Hht* is daiuinK it hri luunr 
111 Hon 11 1 lieud. 

It is customary for triberaman to 
come for miles to assist in thets<e dan- 
ces which lafft for five nights. 



} 






\\ ^\ <r> V^ 



S 






Gibbs in jchooloraft. III, 151. 1853 



Jee Karok 



Tribe. 



Name Karuk-v-arara 






Standard form 


Tribe Village \J 


Other 1 










• 




~ ~ -w— — — — — — . — __ 







tu 



ruK-v-arara 



Karok 
arara. 

karuk-v-arara /up-stream people^'Ko chieny^with ref- 

e re nee to the Yurok or yuruk-v-grara . **--Kroebor. Lan/mai:^8 

.^ .v.. n.... --^-USTif.N of San PranciBCo, Univ-fialif.^utl, 



"The i(ai:^ have no name for themselves other than 

people. . They occasionally designate themselves 

yo nv^_ o 4- x^oryi ^i^ /^irvi ^ Tc, - 4- ^"UA^-C*!.. ~.4 j-i- 



Am.Arch.Ethn. 



^-^\CoL\oW 



* Kasakoupex'c 



Chumashan 




K^B^ouvexc.-- Indian name for rancheria at ** Zan.. 
Cota. LSanTa Cota, Creek] at or near Stmta Ynezm mu.u. 
ij/Ientioned bv A. Pmart on front page of his MS vooabu- 

il^ °^M^*^^J^^^^®S° ^^"^^^pf. ^f ^Ke Tej on" obtained in 
iiifb. No. 34980, Bancroft library. 



1 



See also Zanjon de Cota 



r 



,^ u a. . 



e, i 



I 



? 



cc 



Chur/iashan 



Kasaktikat 

Kasaktikat ( Ka-Gak»ti-kat) . A former GhiMasIian vil- 
la^:e at a place called Bajada cle la Canada, in Vent-' 

ura CO., Gal.--H3nslia-v7, Buena/entura MS, vocab.; B. 
A. E., 




Handbook Am. Indians 
I*t. 1, p. ^^ , 1007 



Ka-sak-ti-kat 



Ch\ynashea 



Ka"8ak>ti«kat : Former rancheria on coast, at plaxje called 
Bajada de la caRaxia. IDegcending the canyon] between UviQu 
Point and Sycamore Canyon.— MS Vocabulary obtained by 
H. W. Henshaw at San Buenaventura, Nov. 1384 •Spanish 
spell ing *Ca, sakt i cat . quoted from educated halfbreed. 
ET. W. Henshaw, MS Tocabulary San Buenaventura languag 
(2 copies) Nos. 295 & 844. Bureau Ethnoloxv . 



Se0 alsoJKasaktikat, Ca, sakt icat 



Ka- sap- tu- tu 



Ghiimi^iyhi^n 



Ka-sap-tu^tu: Former rancheria near Vantura.--- H. W. Hen- 
mham, MS Vocabulary San Buenaventura Larg 



Ethholcgy. 



Lar^uage obtained at San Buenaven- 
topiesj 1 



844 



kasa^sam 



Porno 



6ld oamp site of "Coast Division" Porno, Central 
dialect, in mountains ^between Morth fork of Gualala 
river and Rock Pale creek and about 5 mi, east of 



confluence of Horth fork with main 



river. 




Gualala 



Indians say camp particularly useful as stopping 
place en route from coast to la'tucnda v;hen heavily 
laden with fish; imriiiul-iy^ trip p oool'bl - e in one day. 

KTHNO - arOG. POVO\ 

Barrett, Univ. Calif. Pahs., vol. 6,]^167, Feb. 1908 



Kashahara 



Wintoon 



Kashaiiara. The Karok iiaae of the Wintim of Trinity 

r., n. Gal. (Kroeber, infVn, 1903). Tlie Trinity r. 
Wintun consisted of tlie Nonriuk, Tientien, and Waiken- 

i.iuk. Handbook Am. Indians 

Pt. 1, p. I060 , 1907 



K. 



\ Jv-K-AJOS^ Xj 



Xy>^\^ 







TvA/^\ 



e. 



GLX> 




>j 












\ 



o.J!,j^a^c«^J^ 



^*j^ 9-fi-o^_ ^C3LS>\MOL^'-&e.<5.S \ 



Kashia 



--Kahdniah , 



Pomoan 



ia^: isocount of schoolhouse .for Kaahia^tribe ^^ 

ewarts Point^built by then^.selves. --Oakland [Calif 
Tribune. Oct.o, 1926. " 



"I 

J 






^ tLHi ^*^^V. &>^?-^-^ '^-- -§a»^vc:^'^^^i(j^?^«^^-:Le/vvv*<Ai55^ 



^ 



SjggLJKahGb j. ah. 



Kashiv/t^ 



Kashiwe {K<(H'hi^-ive). A fonnerC'liuma- 
slmii village near Nevvhall, Ventura co., 
Cal., at a place now called Cuenta Santa 
Susdna.— Henshaw, Buenaventura MS. 
vocab., B. A. E., 1884. 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Ft. 1, p. 6 6^, 1907 



KaB~hi*we 



Chumashan 



' Ka8-hi«we : Fprraer rancheria in interior of southern Ven- 
tura Uounty at plaice called Cuesta Santa Susana*-- MS 
TLocabulary bbtained by H. W, Henshaw at San Buenaventura 



1 wev 

..-.-wrm . „. 

copies} Nos. 293 h 844, Bureau 



Nov* 1884. Spanish spell ir^, -Cashiwey, quoted from 

educated halfbreed. — H. W. Henshaw. MS Vocabulary San 

Buenaventura language (2c 

Ethnology. 

/ f. 

Note : Not to be confused with Kas- swah . name used by 
Santa Ynez Indians for tribe at and about Santa 
Barbara. 



See also Cas hi wey, Kashiwa 





Kashowoo : "A small group belonging to this [Yokut] stock 
and living in Fresno |/2oyryty, Cal. The number enumerated 

ndian Population in U.S. & 
Alaska^;:^1910, p. 108'/'191o. 

Kashowoo: Dixon, Preliminan' Bulletin, Census of 1910: 
Indian Population, p. 16, publiched June 26, 1913. 




i^s Vvo-o 



Kashtok. 



. ChumaBhan 



Kashtok ( Kac« to^k) . A forrnor Glumiashan . vi 1 laff:e in 
the interior of Ventura co., Cal.--Hensha;j7, Buenavent- 
ura MS. vocab., B. A. E., 1884. Handbook Am. Indians 

Ft. 1, p. (^U>, 1907 



See also Kac-tok 



Kashtu 



Chuirashan 



Kaslitu ( Kac - tu ) . A former Ghurnashan, village on the 

Piru, a tributary of Santa Clara r., Ventura co,, 
Cal.--HsnshaY/, Buenaventura MS. vocab., B. A. E., 1684 

Handbook Am, Indiana 
^- 1, p. 6U> , 1907 



See also Kac-tu 



KOLSW 



\MOl 



V k VL Vw Ov& Iv GL VV 









JVvJL. 



§^(i5U^ Vai«-sW,^a.sW\MekVv^ V^o.s-swa.V, V<s 



OW'S-ViCCVx 



■■»WM*Mt^ 






f 




iimaahari 



K 



li^ail*— Name of former rancheria on Santa Barbara 
T!E3Hnel at site of.present El Refugio..- H. W Hensha 
Vocabulary obtained at San Buenaventura. Nov. 1884 
copies) Nob. 293 & 844, Bureau Ethnology. 




See also C^aciJ. Ja|ciJ^e. Casalic. Casilic. Cascen. 



J - • 



* ^a^sile 



Kah-chi-ah 



orao 



^ 



Cld carap site of "Gualala River Division" Porao, 
Southern dialect, at head of T/olf creek prob. near 
its IT "branch. 



/' 



From kasi 1 , redwood, and le^ or li, place. 



Barrett, Univ. Calif. 



ETHNr - QlOft K)MO 

Pubs., vol. 6, 227, 



Feb. 19C8 



See Kah-se-le 



* kasi'ltciniada [^A<-^^%X-^V^-^<^A^V) 



Pono 



Old village of "Coast Division" porao, Central 

dielect, on north bank of Alder creek just east of 

point at which county road crosses cree"!:; just ^outh 

of ranch house on Luther Hedemeyer ranch. 

From kasi ^1 , redwood, tcima^ , to run up or extend up 

stream, and da, ? . 

Barrett, Univ. Calif. Pubs., vol. 6,|163, Feb. 190J 






Kasliakyoda^! Given by Goddard as "W 
t'he Slakaiva sub tribe on east bank 
short distance above Horseshoe Ben 
Habitat of Wailaki, Univ^Calif.Puib 
Vol.20, pp. 104, 109, 1923* 



'Kas-lin-ta 



Vlc 



-^Band in council at Durkee's ferry, Klamath River, Calif. 
Oct.'^, 1851. B McEee, Senate Ex. Doc. 4, Special Session, 

p 194, 1853. ^iu^G6U;^ \\o^a\>v.t3.K. 

, Nach Dem Sacramento, p282, 1855. (Given as division 

'f Hoopahs oil 

Mentioned a 






e or. band making treaty with 
Col. Redick McKee.— Daily Alta California, Nov. 8. 1851. 



^_aj^ <JU^ Ua.s A\>vAaV, Vcots^AW-^vi^wJ. 




Kasraikotkaiya: Griven by Goddard as "Wailaki" name for 
eople on north side Kekewaka Creek and on east side 
^el River.— P, E. Goddard, Habitat of Wailaki, Univ. 
Calif.Pubs, Arch. & Ethnol. ,Vol.20,pp. 108 k 109 & 
map, 1923«'*^^v^*^ ♦\"^'*^^--^-w.-tA^Uv4«.\W'/^.\o^). 



kS- 



80 



/ 



Chumaghgn 



^ Ka-so : Former rajicheria in Canada del Diablo, NW of Ventu* 
ra.— MS Vocabulan'' San Buenaventura Language obtained 
by H. W. Henshaw at San Buenaventura, -Nov. I884. Spanish 
spelling-Co i so . quoted from educated halfbreed.— MS 
Vocabulary \2 copies) Nos. 293 & 844, Bureau Ethnology. 



See 



^aso 



Chur/iash an 

Kaso {Kd'so). A tormer Ohumaishan 
village at Canada del Diablo, Ventura 
CO., Cal.— Henshaw, Buenaventura MS. 
vocab.. B. A. E., 1884. 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt. 1, p. ^^0 , 1907 



KaBoletcobi 



Athapaakan 



K:a8oletc9bi : Given by Goddard as "Wailaki* village of 
feiyekiyahang sub tribe qn south side North Fork Eel 
River 1% or 2 miles above mouth of Wilson Creek.— 
P.E.Gdddard, Habitat of Wailaki. Univ. Cal if. Pubs. Arch 
& Ethnol. , Vol. 20, pp. 96. 109 & map, 1923* 



^^v "P^^r ^^T ^^A Conner 
01 Santa Ana Kanch. — 

ouenayentura Lamuage 
Ethnology, ^ 




ranchnria in S 

• W. Henshaw, 
2 copies) Nos 



Ventura 
MS Voc 
293 & 




County E 
ary San 
» Bureau 



See also 



Kassan 



A^Ct: 



Kassan ; Rancheria up in the heart of the sirarra, 
tioned in Book of Baptisnjs, San Antonio Liission, 
by A.Pmart, Bancroft Library, 1876. 



men- 
MS Copy 






Kassou 

Kassou; Rancheria 



Ycku 




^apj^isms, 
Kassou lo 




Cakou 



7; gatooi 3; Caciphuo. 1; Casiohuo 9; Casohuo 1.-- iisicn 
La Soledad, Libre de Bautisnios, 1791 -?, MS Copv bv A. 
Pinart, Bancroft Library, 1676 • i^.v J • 



See Koph-cho-o 
See iilno Kas-sc-vo, 



Cacf^awas, Caxouo, Caxou, C?iso?iuo 



Tribe on Dry Creek, Fre^nio Co. Calif. 
Powers Tribes of C:ilif. p 370, 1877. 



Yo-kut 




Kassovo; "Ka5.30vo (Day Creek) ."- Powell. Linfruistic Families, 

p*9l, 1891. [Tribe o^ Alariposan family.] 

Kasspya: Spelling insist of Indic.n Tribes in the U.S. 
published in Sherrr^:.)-; Bulletin, Jan. 19, 1923, 



f 



See Kosh-shc-o L Gosh-sho-o 
See also Kassova, 



Ka 



ssovo 



Kassovo (from Gashowu, pi. of Gashivu- 
sha. — Kroeber). A Yokuts tribe for- 
merly living on Dry cr., Fresno co., Cal. 
Several families of survivors now live in 
Winchell ^nlch, near Pollasky. • 

Car-8008.— .lolnistoii (1851) in Sen. Kx. Doc*. (>1, 32d 
Con^., l!^t •'^**>^"^-. *^''^^ 1^^'-- Cag-gang. -HHrb()nr(lHr)2) 
in Sen. Kx. Doc. \, \VM ('onR., s|mm'. srss., 2,72, \H[\\. 
Cas-soes. — M(K(MM'taI. in Did. AIT. Ktp., 22;{. IHT)!. 
Casson.— Kov((» in IStli \W\>. H. A. K., 782. 1899. 
CassooB.— .lo*hnst()n (18,51) in Sen. Kx. Doc. 61, 82<l 
Cong., 1st sess.. 22, 1852. Cosos.— Taylor in Cal. 
Farmer, May 18, 1863 (same?). Costrowers.— Hen- 
ley in Ind. AiT. Rep., 512, 1854. Coswas.— Lewis in 
Ind. Aff. Rep., 1857, 399, 1858. Gashowu.—A. L. 
Kroeber, inf'n, 1906 (correct form; p\.Gash^vusha). 
Gosh'-sho-o.— Merriam in Science, xix, 915, June 
15,1904. Kash-&-woosh-ah.— Ibid., 916 (Wiksachi 
name). Kas-so'-vo. — Powers in Cont. N. A. Eth- 
nol., Ill, 370, 1877. Kosh-sho'-o.— Merriam, op. cit. 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt. 1, p. 4>i>3, 1907 



^l5LxKosV^ViO>0 Sl ^0S\v"S\\^-0 



^w 



\CVW0^4 



WclK 



lib^'iteJjUx (CV^Q^^J^ (JU.^^:^ ^u>^.:zX5; rkJ»oJl^.Jov-p^ ^ -T^Ji^'w^ 

Note; Not to be confueed with rancheria of Kas-hi-we 
in interior of southern Ventura county. 



li^aSL.^ KQw%lv\MOLW,^c^WNA.fl^VvXoL4iJ^O^ 



Kas - swah 



flhnryifl fthfln 



Santa Inez name for the tribe at Santa Barbara, which 
speaks a language similar to but somewhat different from 
tne Santa Ynez Kah'SaK-kom-peh^'-al:!. --California Journal, 
I, 47, iyil-(Told me by Santa Inez Indians Oct.4,1911.-^^^^) 



Mete : Not to be confused with rancheria Kae-hi-we in 
interior of southern Ventura- County. 



^ui«^ aJL*.-<5~ V^ou^Wnwo-W^ KowSu^q^j '^^-sIvvmolVv, VvQW3-W0l\\ 



/ 



Kas-tel Po-mo 



Po-mo 






M 

Tribe on Eel River, extending a^ far Bouth ae Big Chfiiniso 

and Blue Rock, Calif. 

Powers, Tribes of Calif., ]• 147, 1877. 



Kastel Pomo ; **Kastel Porno (between Eel 

Powell. Linguistic Families, p 
Kulanapan family.] 



River and 
88, 1891. 



South Fork)".- 
rTri\io of the 



S^X (a5L<-^ Ca^s^'t^V T^Wv 







'Kolsxa^Ol 



V \\ U. 'Vv>^ C3L% W OL'ifV 






/ 





Sj^oiU-jK K^S»\\VsjOLVv\vtOLsW\N()Lk.V-0^*-'SwOLk' 



©M^t- 



* Ka-tah-te 



\\Ci^)podv. 



TlBand in council at Durkeefe ferry, Klc'iti'atli River, CoJif. 



Oct. G; 1851. 
p 194, 1803, 



R. McKee, Senate Ex, Poc. 4, Special Sessio; 



§tiix.aiUv\<-o.V-^e.\vVl , Ka-la-tih, Ka-la-te 



K 



0-5 w.o^ 



Cashwah. — 
for La Sin 
Mission.— 




Taylor states that Cashwah was the Indian name 
ita [Cienaguita] 3 miles from Santa Barbaru 
.S.Taylor, Calif. Farmer, May 4,1860. 



Kataliuac 



Chumashan 



Rancher ia tributary to Santa Ynez Mission, Calif. -Taylor, 



Calif. Fanner, Oct. 18, 1861 
Native Races, I, "459, 1874. 



Bancroft (after Taylor), 



Sjuu oJ/io Ko.- o\\ ^o.- v^ cx^ 



Kataliu 






Cliuir-ashan 



Ka.t^.hnri.n . A fonner Gliiuuashan^ villap.;e connected v/ith 
Santa, Inez inission, Santa Barbara co,, Cal.-«Taylor 

in Gal. Farmer, Oct. 18, 1861 Jlandbook Am. Indians 

Pt. 1, p. 4^^, 1907 



• J^ata/lza 



Aav\-<Lhv-a.r\ 



T) 



rorao 



Old village of "Coast Division" Pomo, Southwestern 
dialect, about 1 mi. I^ of the Chas. Rule ranch- 
house iuJ^ ^^vJLiU, H «>i '^'^--^-^^^ ♦i l^-^-----»-l«.-^ 

Barrett, Univ. Calif. Puhs.,^vol. 6, 231, Feh. 19C8 






/\aA-txr\- W 



• kataka^l 



! ;-' 



a. V> - ""JC\.. , • 



!■ 



^ .1 



>.:<^ 



Pomo 



Qld village of "Valley Division" Pomo, northern 
dialect, about half a mile south of Willi ts. 



Fromkata*, hollow, and kal, mussel. 
Barrett, Univ. Cal.if. Pubs., vol. 6,y(l45, 



Feb. 1908 



Ii.ata'^kta 



n 



omo 



Cld village of Korthes stern dialect, Porno, on V bank 
of Big Stony creek about 1 1/2 mi. IT of tovm of Sto- 



ny ford. 
Barrett, Univ 



Calif. Pubs., vol. 6, 245. Feb 



A 



1908 



Kataniu 



Chukchansy 



Yokut 



•Kataniu: Chukchansy rancheiia at Picayune. —Kroeber.Hdbk 
Ind3. Calif. ,482, 1925. 



See Kot-an-noo, Got-an-noo 



KQta»yayavd.k 



5 .Q, C )- l.a h^t^-X u k. 



Katavy-a yav/ik : Nome obtained by Kroeber i '^/aterraan for 
''presumably archaoolopical or modern village site'' a 



t 



entrance to ilumboldt Bay on north peninsula, — L. !• Loud 



iiithnogeography Cc Archaeology of the Y/iyot Territory, 
Univ. Calif. Tubs, in Am. Arch. ^ Ethn. , 7ol. 14, p. 



p. c 



94 



1918. 

Loud's name for village on this site is Hotwaiyorv/ok, 

p. E86, 1918. J 



oee rlso Hotwaiyorwok 



V)Nc\ • -^>r 



• katca* 



bida (^-K(^Vl-^W».W - Ve-> o^ovW ) 



?orao 



6ld village of "Valley Division" Porno, Northern 
dialect, in extreme southern end of Potter valley 
on east bank of t4ie Bast l^ork jrf Russian river. 
Also one name for a village in extreme northern end 
of Redwood valley on main stream of Russian river. 
From katca', arrow-he^d or obsidian, and bida' creek 
Barrett, Univ. Calif. Pubs., vol. 6, |[l40^ rr9087(;Febi) 



katca^bida. l^K ^k^ AckM^. dck] 



^ 



Pomo 




: 6ld village of "Valley Division" Pomo, 
fiorthern dialect, at southern foot of Redwood moun- 
tain at extreme head of Hedv/ood valleyj also the n;-?me 
of a village in Potter valley, on east fork of Russian 
river. May he the Da-pi- shul Pomo of Pov;ers, v/ho says: 
"In Redwood canon, the Da-ioi-shul Pomo fdapishul means 
'high stm'; that is, a cold place hecause of the depth 



of the canon)". 

From katca', obsidian or arr 



Barrett, Univ. Calif. 



Pubs., vol.6,/l44. 



and bida, creek. 



Feb. 1908 



Pomo 



* ka'tcake (5 K^s^W-ckcLk-W^k ) 

did village of "Valley Division" Pomo, fiorthern 
dialect, on southwest bank of Mill creek about 2 1/2 
mi. up stream from its confluence v/ith Forsythe creek. 

BT-Btyo • G^OO Pun* 

Barrett, Univ. Calif. Pubs., vol.6, /ri44, Feb. 1909 



Katca^^yo 1,*- ko.-tsl\«.W'-v{i ) 



Porao 



Uninhab. mod^^^n village of "Valley Division" Pomo, 
Central dialect, near YJ "bank of Russian river about 
6 1/2 mi. S of Ukiah, on Higgins ranch near outcrop- 
ping of colored flint. 
From katca'', flint, and yo, und. r. 



-Pi^^eb- . not ooouplod prior to n c ttl G m c nt of vall ejr. 
Barrett, Univ. Culif. Pubn., vol. 6, ]7n,''^Knb. l^.)On 



.1 



See Kah-chi-o 



• Katch«ah -we chum- mi 



\Me!-^ktovx:^loct'^lo.lv 



Pomoan 



• !■■ 




Ci^JK-s^ 



tapol 



t 



I 



See Kah- tah-wo chum-mi 









lumashan 



Ka-tcu-ku-tcuk pronounced Ka-chu-ku-chak 

.Ka-tou>ku>tcuk: Fomer rancheria near Ventura. Name means 
*the little dove.'— H- W. ^enshaw, MS Vocabulary San 
?oS?^Y?"^^^ Language obtained at San Buenaventura. Nov 
1884 U copies) Nob. 293 & 844, Bureau Ethnology. 



See also Kachyayakuch , etc? 



* < 



OT^an 







Vti-^vw"-^ 







^'^i^^^-:^::^ .^eUvA^- 



^ 



Katc-ya-ya-kutc 



Chumashan 



*Ka tc» y a- ya^ ku tc ; Former rancheria on site of present 
Alazurrita, at or near Ventura."MS Vocabulary obtained by 



H. W. Henshaw at San Buenaventura, Nov. 1884. Spanish 
spell ing^ Cach vovocuch . quoted from educated haif breed. - 
H. W. Henshaw, MS Vocabulary San Buenaventura Larguage 
(2 copies) Nos. 293 & 844, Bureau Ethnology. 



See also Cach yoyocuch, Kachyayakuch , Ka-tcu-ku-tcuk? 





.— T. T 
county map, 
Amer. Arcn. 
1920. 



Poliklan 

Vlatermon (after Randall's unpublished 
1366), Yurok Geography, Univ. Calif- -Pubs. 
6c Ethnol., Vol. t6. No. 5, p. 20b, May 31, 



See Ko-tep ^, , 

See also Qo-o-tep, Cor-tsp. Kootep, Cot-tep, Kau-weh 



Kathlendaruc 3e^VLoc(:l^\v^ecV\j^ci cks 



OV\vovue.OL.K 



Rancheria tributary to Mission of San Juan Bautista, San 
Juan Valley, San Benito Co., Calif. —Taylor, Calif. Farmer 
Nov. 25, 1860.(d^..ow--lAo.V^lJ^ 




Suo^\C(M:\<lVvS^Ck\ V^^O^^Ko^Vv V\ i^Ovx \kV , ^oX<i.-\f\.\.<X ^^^ , 



kati'l 



see kaloela'l 



i\ O-Va 



- 1 



l<v 



v\ 



Porno 



ka'tili 



_l^Qmo 



old villGge of "Valley Division" Porno, ITorthern 
Dialect, about 2 l/4 mi. southeast of Ilkiah and l/z 
mi. east of Russian river. Residence of supt. of 
Mendocino State Hospital stands on this site. 



Qnoo linovjn go lro'mli > 
/yvol. 6, 137'Sfi9C8.T^Fe^ ^ 



Barrett, Univ. Calif. Puhs., 



•^ju^ oJU-^ d 0L"\: ol\\\\ 



0>v^V 



Kn t im i n 



Karok 



f Via 



Katim in: Karok nam'? for their village iust above 
rrouTh of the Salmon, on east side^^of " the Klsjnath; 
"the rrost sacred spot of the Karok" •--Kroeber, Hdbk 



Inds Calif, p 100, 1925 



See Kah-te-/r:een 



•Xatiiuin 






rok. 



Katimin. A Karok village in n. w. Cal., 
on the E. bank of Klamath r., a mile 
above the mouth of the Salmon, opposite 
Ishipishi. It was believed l)y the Karok 
to be the center of the world, contained 
a sacred house and sw^eat-house, and was 
the scene of the deer-skin dance and of 
an annual ceremony called ^* making the 
world." The village was burned by the 
whites in 1852. 

Sche-woh. — Gibbs (1851) in Schoolcraft, Ind. 
Tribes, iii, 151, 1853. Se-wah.—McKee (1851) in 
Sen. Ex. Doc. 4, 32d Cong., spec, sess., 164, 1853. 
Shegwuu. — A. L. Kroeber, infn, 1903 (Yurok 
name). Si-wahs.— McKee, op. cit., 211. 

Handbook Am, Indians 
^- 1, V* ^6,^, 1907 



S^^ Ko^W-'ke- Ke^tK 



' Katipicira . 



Karok 

Katipiara. A Karok village of two houses 
on the s. bank of Klamath r., Cal., nearly 
opposite Orleans Bar; described by Gibbs 
in 1852. See Tmna. ' ^ ""« 

Zah-tee-pee-rah.-Gibbs, MS. Miscel., B. A. E.. 
J8o2. Katipiara.— A. L. Kroeber, inf n, 1904. 

Handbook Am. Indians 
^- 1»P. ^(^^, 1907 



^^•tWW-W^e^dlwV 



^Q^Vvx-u ^Kcx\vA^^>rnn^ 



Katiru {Ka-ti^-ru). One of the 4 divi- 
sions of the main body of the Shasta, liv- 
ing in Klamath valley, from Seiad valley 
to Happy Camp, n. CaL ., (r. b. d.) 

Handbook Am. Indian^ 

I^- 1, p. <^^/, 1907 



2la>^ V^ckt 't-o^WVo'^W^W ^ V-(v.V.\o.W^ ko 



Katlendaruc as or *V<(xA:\.e.\voLo^v xkcx. 



OlWoixeo^vu 



"^Hrdt 



in 1774-178a, Their principal rancher ia bore the name of tl 
tribe. Others vfere: . Capanay, -Lucayasta, - Paysim, -Tii^/Culu 
Mustac, •Pytoguis, -Ani^^^ .Ymnacara, and all on the Paja 
river or between it and ^Salinas river, '^~ Taylor, Cali 
Farmer, Vol. XIII, No. 9, Apri]/20, 1860. 

'Katlendarucas (after Taylor), IMd^,' Vol.1, 455, 187 
* Kat 1 endarukas . - - lb id . on map opp. p.:^.22. 




Ml fill: m 



OLSLft^aSU.^ 



K 




.a^tmatci 



vkccW'^:-Vo.k-cki) We- shah QhTimlmi r^rao 



Cld camp site of "Gualala River Division" Porno, 
Southern dialect, near summit of ridge between Tilid- 
dle fork cc^ Oualala river and main stream, and about 
3/4 mi. SE of confluence of the two. 

ET'^KC - GEC<>. PCMO. 

Calif. Puts., vol. 6,. 226, 



Barrett, Univ 



\ 



Feh. 19C8 



See Kaht-mah-ie 



* Kato 






SiucWa-W^to, C-3KU 




Kato. A Kuneste tribe or band for- 
merly living in Cahto and Long valleys, 
Mendocino co., Cal. These were prob- 
ably the people mentioned by McKee as 
occupying the second large valley of Eel 
r., numbering about 500 in 1851, and dif- 
fering in language from the Pomo, a fact 
which has long been lost sight of. 
Powers divides them into Kai Pomo, 
Kastel Pomo, and Kato Pomo, and gives 
a Kulanapan vocabulary. They have 
recently been found to belong to the 
Athapascan stock, and closely related to 
the Wailaki, although they resemble the 
Pomo in culture. ix) ^"^** (p. e. g. ) 

Batemdaikai. — Latham in Trans. Philol. Soc. 
Lond., 77, 1856. Batem-da-kai-ee. — Gibbs in School- 
craft, Ind. Tribes, ni, 434, 1853. B^-tem-da-kaii.— 
Powell in Cont. N. A. Ethnol., in, 491. 1877. 
Batin-da-kia.— Ind. Aff. Rep., 240, 1851. Cabadi- 
lapo.— McKee (1851) in Sen. Ex. Doc. 4, 32d Cong., 
spec, sess., 148,1853. Cahto Pomo. — Powers in Over- 
land Mo., IX, 500, 1872. Kai Po-mc— Powers in 
Cont. N. A. Ethnol., in, 148, 1877. Ka-to-Po-mo.— 
Ibid., 150. Ki-Pomas.— Ind. Aff. Rep. 1804, 119, 
1865. Laleshiknom. — A. L. Kroeber, inf'n, 1903 
(Yuki name). Tlokeang. — Kroeber, Coast Yuki 
MS., Univ. C'al. (own name). 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Ft. 1, p.(i^>r; 1907 



Ka-to F '-r-'Q (Lake Feo)de ) . 
IrCahto Valley, Mendocino Co., Calif. 
Powers, Tribes of Calif., p 150, 1877. 



Mks&xskatL 



Kato Pomo ; "KatoTomo, 'Lake People. '•• — Powell. Lin£:ui3tic Familiea, 

p. 88,. 1891. pribe of Kulanapan family.] 

Keic: Mentioned by Dixon as one of the synonyms f9r Kai- 



6: Alaska, pp, 15,78, 1915. 



SsjLx cJl^ ^oJW^ ci I'c vxA.0 . cLVA.Viu.VvkvcL . Ka i-romo 



Kcttop;iwash 



\Ml\v\oo 



v^^ 



« 



T\>.».».K.>^ 



' Katogiwash : Oiven by Gatscnet 



.arrath (of Southwestern 



feii^ 



pa2b\! 1890. 



^ato^tnapcti ^0"^Q 

Old village of "Big Valley Division" Porno, Eastern 

dialect, near E "bank of. sraall stream knov/n as Rum- 

sey's slough, Tsiwi^c-bidarne , Carex creek, and alDOut 

3 mi. SW of present village at St.TurilDius mission. 

Jrato^t, shucks (the thin inner shell) of nut of 



From 



Calif, laurel, napu" ^ , village, and Jti, old. 
Barrett, Univ. Calif. Puhs.,^vol. 6, 196, Feb. 1908 



,Za tov/i 



V.' e - s burn* ^, o.-^'- 1 ah 



Forao 



Old village of "Russian River Division" Porno, South- 
ern dialect, near IJ shore of lake covering several 
acres ahout 1 l/2 mi. SE of Healdshurg'. This lake 
is on lov/ hottonc^land of river, a »d whoro - tho -^bTTt- 

ighor table land of the vall oy 




j-e4». Lake suhject of myth. 



/ , - 



From ka ton , lake or pond, and v;i , place. 

Barrett, Univ. Calif. Pubs., vol. 6^, 217, Feb. 1908 



See Kc'.hi- to-e 



katsa' iv/ani 



romo 



romo, Centra. 1 dia- 



6ld village of "Coast Division" 
lect, near opposite bank of Morth Pork of Oualalc 
river from ma'canena , on north bank of small stream 
flowing into it. 



;? '^ C 






Barrett. Univ. Calif. Pubs., -ol . 6^154, Feb. 1908 



• l^a'tsami 



Poiao 



9ld camp site of "Valley DiviK^ion" Pomo, ITorthern 
dialect, about 1 3/4 mi. west-northwest of old can 



amp 



of po^ taba at head of 3oda creek northeast of 
Boonville. 



From ka, water, and tsa'mi . a musty odor. 
Barrett, Univ. Calif. Pahs., vol. 6,\l54, 



Feb. 19v08 



katsa^mu£:<Ml 



Pomo 



|ld camp site of "Lake Division" Pomo, Northern 
dialect, on western shore of Clear lake about 1 1/4 
mi. north of Lakeport. 



From katse ^ , grass, and mup;a * , seeds. 
Barrett, Univ. Calif. Pubs., vol. 6,|l59, 



Feb. 19CS 



^iratsa^'nosma 



OHIO 



n 

I 



Id villafre of "Russian River Division" Porno, South- 



ern dialect, on ridge "between headwaters of V/arra 



Springs creek and 




ISiddle Forlc 




Gualala 



river. 




about 2 mi. MW of Leppo*s dairy, which is 



at surnmit of 




ridge, 



;S0«»« 



on road from Russian riv- 



er valley to Stewart*^ point on the coast. 

From iiatsa^ , grass, no , ashes or dust, and sma . sleep 

Barrett, Univ. Calif. Pubs., vol. 6,^220, Feh. 1908 



^ p siteAof 



Yuki ^ 



CJ 



Clear Lake Wappo Area^* 





acorn carap)<at Jimison ranch just W of 



Bummit 



From katsi/1^ cold, and gago ^^ valley • 

Barrett, Univ. Calif. Pubs,,, vol. 6, 278, Feb. 1908 



Kat-sta^yot 



Chumashan 



^a t-gta -' yQt * — Ncjne of former rancheria on S-uiOi Barbara 
uhanriel at site of present Santa Anita.*- MS Vocabulary 
obtained by H. W. Henshaw at San Buenaventura, Nov. 1864 
Spanish spelling Catch . t^ vet . quoted from educated half- 
breed. MS Vocabulary, San Buenaventura Larmiage (2 
copies Nos. 293 & 844, Bureau Ethnology. 



See also Catch,t<tyet , CI a. 



:^ w L 



4 . I -w-^* >■ 



Katstavot. 



Katstayot {Kat'Sta^-i/dt). A former 
Chumashan village between Pt Concep- 
tion and Santa Barbara, Cal., at a locality 
now called Santa Anita. — Henshaw, Bue- 
naventura MS. vocab., B. A. K., 1884. 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Ft. 1, p. d^^, 1907 



ka* tiiuli 



C? k-O^W -t<i<3-oo -le] 



1: 0- ^/ah 



Porno 



Old village of "Valley Division" Porno, ITorthern 
dialect, on small fl^t about 50 yds. south of store 
at Christine. 

From ka, \7ater, tuu^l . old, and li, place. 
Barrett. Univ. Calif. Puhs., vol. 6,\l49, Feb. 1908 



See a.lso ^^ah-^oo-^o-le 



iBi 




aubb^kolai 



t^^Oh^^^^ (K>6Xuc\ Cc^A-vO^ 







\ 



^^>. 110%, 



Plain- fo 



•U-^J^lli^. 



rr t riii ■ II - 



Poino 



.ai;baVul?iiina: E. v;. "Afford, Porr.o Lands on C]e.- 
Mears^ ::.er:\orial Voli^iie^."^ p. %. 1923. 

Kiiubokolai: Kroeber after Barrett , Hdbook. Indians 
Calif. . 262, 19*'^ 



r Luke, 




See Koi-im-fo 

See alsoCho-tan-o-man-aa , 



cutauyomanuk koi 



* ka uca 



V~- l<^GLk' - 



00- « 



Wo.W) 



Porao 



Old village of "Coast Division" Pomo, Central dia- 
lect, on Cliff ridge "between Elk and Greenwood 
creeks, near north "bank of the former :md about 
1 1/2 mi. hack from ocean shore-line; large "^ead 
redwood tree near by, famed in myths. 
One says site is several miles farther up ridge. 

o-^ ,r . ^ . . ETHNO - GlIOG. POMO, 

Barrett, Univ. Calif. Pubs., vol. o, ;[163, Feb. 1908 



See Kg w- shah 



I^Ia^ucel I' M ^V. - fto> %W«lI ) 



Pomo 



Old village site of Pomo, Southeastern dialect, on 
E shore of Lov/er lake about due Tl of Big Borax lake. 
Barrett, Univ. Calif. Pubs., vol. 6, 208, Feb. 1908 



Kau p:h i i 



See also Ka-h*o^ 



f 

Chuicashan 



Kaughii. A former Chumashan villaffe 
at LaCanadadel Corral, about 22 m. from 
feanta Barbara, Cal. 

*■ i^M ^^^- Kaugh".— Father Timeno n^^{\ 
quoted by Taylor in Cal. Farmer iJLy 4 I860 ^ 

Handbook Am. Indian* 
Pt. 1, p. ^^j-^ 1907 





rom 



^^'^lTi;trB«rho^I' name, for La Canada del Corral 22 miles 
Vol. 13 Mav^^B^ ^?T°?''^ A.S.Taylor, Calif. Famer? 
4^^i nZ' ' ¥( ^? I06O. Unformation obtained bv Fr. TImAnn 
from Christianized Indian 80 yrs. old, 1856)- 

CNote: Henshaw locates the rancheria of Ca ie ' 
m Canada del Corral. MS. 1884 J ii^je 




/ 




'^uguma 



See 



i'\ 



em ^ also ITamdot . Wm^^^ ^ovn^~^ 



Porno 






^aukumaiina: Spellmr; Dy r.. 



T^.r 



W . '-Afford, F or;: o L a n d s o n 



^le..r Lake» He.-.r^ I!sn:orial Volurr.e. p. %, 1923 



Fau^mma 



o^^»a : Kroeber (obviously after Barrett) 
Indiana Calif ., 1:^32. 1925. 



Hdb ok 






Ter-'.ver 



Polikld 



^^^^i^i^^^^ Given by Kroeber'a3 Hoc -pah na/ne for 




i., -. rn ^'"-^ ?^ i^Xr-'®^ on north 3ide of Klr^r-ath ^jf- 
n:ou^.n 01 Turwar Crea^/rrrrp,^^^.^^ jj^.j^ Indo C.iiffp 11 , 



c^ 



oee Ter-vver 



'TT 



oee til 30 xTwr 



Yo-kiit 




Tribe on Kav/eali river, Tulare Co. , Ciilif i}-:^^4~h^-p^^Q 
Pov/erB, Tribes of Cali:\ p 570, 1877. 



Kau-i-a ; "Kau-i-a jfkaweah River; foothills)".— Powell. Linguistic 

Families, p.91» 1891. ■ fgriTjo of I > !a r ipos ; n family f }- 






- Ko^AA^V (^ l|x<iA^4.M.,,^^ KoKm ^q\) 5U».^oAvvmAK 



S.; 



V '. 





m&)»2-i.i viiL 







,-f 



Kr^ui oik burr i 



Ka h - w '^ - i5 i k - 1 ern 



C' t 



i'ynoznoneiin 



kaui^ikoum: ?a.5o Cahuilla clan at F-Aln'; SpriM^'3. Meano 

'fron: the rock'. — 'V. p. Strorp' /*bori;dnal G^'ci-i Soabnern 

kaui 3ikiktuni : I ::id , : •. 10. 



See Kah-".ve-Gik 



tern 



Ca '• •^-'•' * *■ 



]\aiAniAk:-']kikti'J!' 



^« ^ 



; 3 no 3 none an 

kaunukalkiktur. : •'iivi-a nt i\:x..j-iukvela". le^ert Cahuilla ei^ 
at iviatim V i 1 1 ■ v;e " ne -..i x" / Lia I u Joe. C r i ^' : n?i I i y f r ofi ■ 
Kaunukvela in uarita ro3a ::t3. --W. D. otr .ng^/bcrijinal 
uoc.in oouthern Calif .,_;". -1^: , May 28,1929. 



Ka.uPQP;esn 



Ennesen 



7 



Kaup^^esrnec: Fancheria on 

of Baptisrr.8» San Antonio 
Bancroft Librarjs 1878. 



See Caun 



Salinas River mentioned in Book 
Mission, MS Copy by /. Pinart, 




See also Caunpe^egmag, Cauonpeceimes, Caunx^ejessuac 



Kaus 



Kara k 



Kaus : Karok naine for their villa.R-e, ^/hich Kroeber mentions 



a3 one of a group "of village^ that c n not be exactly 
located, out ■A'hich oeerr, to n.-'ve 3'-ooJ in the vicinity 
of th- Salrron".— ICroeber, Hdbk Inrl ;: Calif, p 100, 1925 







^tWooposl 



M3LW 




c< 



H 



'VvflL/V^OI^ 




£*_^ \t*--«>^*=*^\t<aJ<JL O^ ^ evv 9^ k/y^.-.-'SiSi- ^C^-^-^-o^ CaHjJ^ 






a^JLOte^ow. TWWoL.V.loi. l^H.^ 



''''*''^^<^-^J^*^<^'*-*>^ClflJli«-^»>x-^^ 






See VVvjk^S <SL ToVcvmolI 



S h.o S WjO Vv€,<x.Vu 



Tribe in vicinity of San Bernardino, Calif. v 

Loew, Kept, ^flieeler Survey for 137G. ApTiGnd.T3,p 322^'i876. 












w 



,|,^;3t »t-C*U*iX^'^«^t»a^a^ 



^MJ^^:JbLvlu,^^* 






) 





( 







A^JUw3 W\A^\WmA ^-Jb^^OAK^^.*.-^! '^^^^vVvU^ifeuo. ^ 



A>Ia-Ss. 



Cw^:^^^^^H^- i,v.'j,iffr,'>^^»***^ ivrK'4'-^ 



Xxvs. 









^KoL 



\X.M\JL 



]\^ [ cioWvo I ^^»^/v^^*^ ^ku.\llo ) A^jJbu^A : 




Il U^W WolV .( ^i^^^^ a^&^ ^SjUlxS^ (tJL ^^TtK..^.L.JU| 

/i-iis^ . -e^Aft-e^ l..-.^ .':s£s^ w 








Kauv/eli 



Yurok . 

Kauweh. An unidentified village on 
Klamath r., Cal., below its junction with 
the Trinity, and therefore in Yurok ter- 
ritory.— McKee (1851) in Schoolcraft, 
Ind. Tribes, iii, 138, 1853. 

Handbook Am, Indians 
I^t. 1, p. ^^^, 1907 



Hot -t^ W ^^^...D^,^,^ 




V-^^^^^ ^ l^e--- ^^^^^t*^^-^,^^..^^ 




Ka.k.w c-S i k*^ 



• Kauv/eh • ^ _^kyo\<^ 

Fon-liK villare on lover Klai.mth Rivor, ^Calif . 

Gitabc in Schoolcraft ' b T^^oTo^, III, r, 158, 1853. ftiU-WI^, 



OJlSU O-iUyO V\i 



,a.»oc- w 



^\\ 



K-.uv;icT-ai:re-)^ ^ "^ 



1.1 1- • X 



w' \^ 



err 



r* 



^^ 



r r 



^£><. 



"11 



Lr^o^nonenn 






icck". I'c.ert CiihuiiJa 
^ eccii. --'... P. utrrn^; 

ill. ,.4] May 28,1929. 









U0LV.-C.Vvv,t5 



(XiiX ViMj)JU-A,>v;^^ lijLv^/sjjo^ 



f *l K t ^ 



1^ 



W>s 



^^^--^-A^ w^ v^^nJ^ 



, ^\/^^K. t 







r 



v.'.ain: 



Ki^^vaiii 



t » - 



A A 



<^ Lv J 



e no 



/o 



•> 



an 



■i C;:nai;:.n :.i 



-I ,'» 



r; 



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If 



9 



r^ 



.] 



r 






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c J 



LA '^ '.^ 



/^ '.' 



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r-^ 



A* 



•w> Wl 



c/ o 



> 



1^ 



yli 



--V 



;; ' i~ 



• IV 1^ 



)ur 



^ \^\.l *.VA/ 






L ^ 



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w • -i V - ^.> 



ihArriiiir.e m U3e ho 
1' 



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ii 






n 



--J la 



i.3 









oi'ioanonean 



Uiv 



11 



r\ 



■*» 



x*^ 



^r^r-m-i 



( 



1.4- 



I 



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I 1 



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t'>0 



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v^i. ^ . J.V^ 



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re I irieci 



ro: ran 



^-' -A- 



-I ".ion of 



I • J 



Kavayos 



^^^c>olWu:Ai 



5)Ko s kj 



.©■w^AVv- 



T r 




pelling for Cauluil}a^ ^^>-^^^^^-^ <^^ 



Gatschet, Kept. V.Tieeler ^'urvey for 187G. Append. H. p7u^53,.187i 



4"^^^^oJ2.x-^ K.(AJU^M U^UCL 



Kavias 



See Cahuilla 



S koskoHQ-CLK 



Spelling for Cahuilla. — Mollhausen, Journey to the 
Pacific,Vol.II, p327, 1858. Q^>aH k KajuJI)^ -^ VwCkWyOL r^- 







iKavinic 



Shoshonean 



kavinic : Cahuilla n^jne^for Indian Wflls. --W.p.Stroi;^, .^ 
TBoriginal See. in Southern Calif, .pp.97, 102 &. My 1929 



See Kah-ve-nish 
See also Ka-vi-nish 



•V^oL-m\-\xv,5>Vv 



SKosKoYce^oov 






See also Kavinic 



•Kavouya 



See Coahuilla 



SJuo ^^t> 



Spelling c i ted by Hodfre in Garces mEiry. Coues Ed.218, foot- 

ote, 1900. 



<iiiij^_^v 



OL'K.VU. 




Kawa 



Mod ok 



Lutooarnian 




(Kawa, 'eol spring') . A Modoc camp at Yaneks, on 
Sprague r.,s* Oreg. 
Kaua,. --G-atschet in Gont. N. A, Ethnol., II, pt, 1, 51; 
pt. 2, 122, 





landbook Am. India 
Pt. 1, p. 6^i,, 1907 






\okuCt 



Koc 



NMCXXl^U. 



Se^Hl^VKJOOCtlv 



&Vo &\vo Yu€>a<.Vv^ 



vvQuv^o^. vo^xl W \0w5JUjaN_ ■i^v^Te.Kot^kot-ipV- CaV.ve.\v."t 



. a. 






61 



\H^.H,Gf;'Uo,iio](vK4 







__!) pI 



[UA 



ct 













^ 



^ 



^. 



l^^, 



i:^-^?:^^^-^:?^ — s'^ioWuAs ^oJL5^i^^^Jt> — ^q1^^c.Wq>s . 

iKoOvN V CL^lA.W^t)J^T-^AA^jLr^^j\ til. [0 v^v_ 



U: 



XMIXVISU^ 



G 



SVtoskoVteoLK 

Ka7/aiis^i. Tlie mosu -.vesborly subdivision of the Ute- 

linr:ui8bic division of tlie Slios/ionoan fa;Ti- 



lismoliuovi 



ilv. 



They ccci^py a;i isolabed area on both thdes 
th'3 Tehachapi mts-, Gal., bit particularly the \7. 

around Paiut^e iri tS^, and the valleys of Walker basin ami Caliente and 

Kelso (TH. as far s. as Tehachapi. j^i t- 

Cobajais.— Garci^s (1776), Diarv, 489, 1900. Cobaji.— 
Ibid., 304, 445. Covaji.— Keane in Stanford, 
Compend., 510, 1878. Kah-wis'-sah.— Merriam in 
Science, xix, 916, June 15, 1904. Kawaiisu. — Kroe- 
ber, infn, 1905 (Yokuts name). Ka-wi'-a-suh.— 
Powers in Cont. N. A. EthnoL, iii, 393, 1877 (Yo- 
kuts name). Kawishm.— Kroeber, inf'n, 1905 (Tu- 
batulabal name). Kow-a'-sah.— Merriam, op. cit. 
Kubakhye.— Kroeber, inf n, 1905 (Mohave name). 
Newoo'-ah. — Merriam , op. cit. ( = * people ' ) . Noches 
Colteches.— Garces, op. cit., 295, 304 (so called bv 
Mariposa people). Ta-hi-cha-pa-han-na.— Powers 
in Cont. N. A. Ethnol., in, 393, 1877 (division 
around mtns. of same name). Ta-hichp'.— Ibid. 
\ ft VI r I •n (so called by Kern r. people). 

^ ^ Handbook Am. Indians 

^ ^^ , . Pt. 1, p. (L^6, 1907 



of 

side 







^^? 





Xr 



V I 



tsUt.:^ 




•^^^->lixV.« 



±:^^^-^ ^ ^M -^ ^Cj2.. ^4^ A1oi i t5U^ 

Kawaii8U> -- E.W.aifford, Dichobomous Social Organization 
in-^mimrentral Calif. .Univ- Calif- Pubs- inAnerTArchf & 
Ethn. vol- 11, no. 5, p. 291,292, Feb. 1916. 



*Kgv/£jjLgu: 'A ™?:11 prcup'of Indiana of this s^tock living 
on the ;ve5^tern side of the Tehachapi Mountains, Oal. The 
number enumerated in 1910 was 2^/'— Jixon, Census of 1910- 

iaticn in IJ.o. .1 Alaska, p. 97.',*<^.1915. 

Kawai i i m : Dixon. Frelininar/ Bulletin, CeV sus of 1910: 
Indian Population, p. 16. I^.^IS. 



Indian i opu 



Kawai isu:. --/.-!. "a^- ten, Yokuto rlf^^tei 



n jlcnc Pottery- 



§aix CkSU^ K<X-- \N( \ -(X-S,V ,Kcv.K'\M \ s ;VvO^\\\M \ saa \f\ , k w > o.~ So^K ^K(X\M0^V50k . 



t.OV<^t 




.—Kroeber, Univ. Calii 
ol. 12^^;367, May 1917. 



Pubs. Am. i\rch. & 



VERSO 



KocwolVlsul 



See. NeNVOOOcK- 



GardL 3. 



SKosWoY^e.oL'w 



fewaiisu; W^D. Strong! Analysis of Southwestern 3oc., 
Am.inthropTT pp.'I0;22,47, Jan. -l!ar. 1927. 







&?^^yi J-?"^!^"^' Aboriginal Soc.in Southern Calif., 
p*6, May 28,1929. • 

Kawaiisu: JS.H.Crayton, Yokuts & Western Mono Pottery- 
making, map p 248, 1929. 



KM faiim ! Julian Sttmri. IikL Tribta Sequoia Sat. Paik 
m^on. Hat. Park Semoe» 1936. liap op. p. 2. 



SjL^ N 0%«««^-ClI>^ 






^X^lvv^^^O 



4 



^ 



U^VwCLYu 



«Y<>- 



j^^ 




"p^-*V>XX>^ 






. }^av;a'mio 



Forao 



Cld village of "Russian River Division'' Porno, South- 
ern dialect, a"bout 1 l/4 mi. ESE of Healdshurg. 
From Kawa/n, pine, ama, ground, and JQ, under. 
Barrett, Univ. Qalif. Pubs., vol. 6,^218, Fe"b. 1908 



y . ^ \ Kah-chi-ah, , .^\ 

• Xavrarntca eli (^ Ne^k>vwcLKvw >cKe^ ~ <i-Le / 



x-omo 



rs 



Id village of " Gualala River Division'' Porno , South- 



ern dialect, just v; of Noble's, a stopping-place on 






bank of Iftliddle fork ^ Gualala river 




just be- 



low point v;here Hopper creek, ;Volf creek, and 
middle fork of- Gualala river. 




IT fork of t*:eTtaiddle fork come together form 




Site is in grain field 
on the flat just W of IToble's barn. 
From kawa'm , species of pine, tea, house, and e^li 



or li, place. 



E -£ 



Gt*C(7 PuMC 



Se<e; 



Barrett, Univ. Calif. Pubs. ' vol.6, 22 



5, Feb. 1908 






Vi/e-shah chum-rri 



? 



0>vO 



A/N-JL»^ 



Sa>>«A:^,^^^^tvA^^-A»^. iV-^^, tz^-j^i^, \'\o%. 




MlA/v>_j^ 




Kah-wahn-ta la-mah-ne 



• liawa'tcam ^'rC{v\\^\N>^(Kk'- cWcl-Vw^ 



T, 



I'omo 



' 6ld camp site of "Coast Division" Porno, Central 
dialect, near north banli ^ Garcia river prohalDly 
about 4 mi, above laiye' *lem. 
From kawa^ « bark, and team, to fall across. 
Barrett, Univ. Calif. Pubs., vol". 6,/166, Feb. 19C8 



/ 



• Kawatca nno 



T '^ M •• ^ n 1 •• ^*i rl / 



rOriiO 



Cld camp site of "Russian Hiver Division" Porao, 
Southern dialect, at Leppo's dairy on siunmit of 
ridge separating headwaters of TVarm Springs creek, 



an affluent of Dry creek, from fehooo 




Iftliddle 




Fork 



road from 




Gualala river j[ located at point where 



iiussian river valley to Stev/artls 



point on the coast crosses ridge^l 

Barrett, Univ. Calif. Puhs.,,^vol. 6. 224, Feh. 1908 



•S^^ 'S^-W- \M{3kk^<l KjLyV-KCLk 



' Kaw- a^A 1 or.- 1 cl ' kah 



^v ah to an 



Kaw-avJ or>lclrkah: Oc-ko-tcr- tel-ka. rihsr^^ for tribe ea?t 
of therf [the Kahto of Cahto and Lor;g Valleys], Told rue 
^y Cokotcntelka frorr^ Pockport. The pan.e inforr^ant gave 
Imp-on-tel-k nh as nsr-e of Kahto tribe in Lorn: Vallev. 
^'eed£ more lights— ^^^«^^- — ^ 



VnwOAM - ^V - s vsV\ - Vv>\ -\.OUK 



^ 







^^ -fe^*s^ H.oj-^\vv-vv<jb 







Ui^, VwJU5l(kfc civ 



(WAV, mi 



Kaw^-D^: 






Athapaskan 



Poliklah name for country of the Tol-lo^wah 
Crescent City. — 



See also Caw-pay Indians, Caw-paw, Cops. 






\ Vvc^. 



^^JO^Ko^NM^OOV. 






JMI^^ CX.JJL/'V/^ 




lW_ 



N- 




i 



¥- 



^ VNiJcA^ ^tZ 



^[ kair 




"TajJIx. MvxL>>'^- 



ll.a^.|w|Y/,^j'fjy7 




t 



Hb.-H^ 



^^'--^:^J 






Ka-we-ahs. -^Bunnell, Discovery of Yo 
1892. 



Semite. p.'6b, 3d ed 



A 



^-Oi — a]L*A»^ VcXajUa. 



'i- 



l^-^Sb^ 




^J^LLAAZtelVuUkAv^.s,/wX- 



Xj)L^^^^Aa^n*A^J^ 



\KUictotJUjM.,vwvov. . ~-~WlX n.-^ 



G^^-1^o;l.- 



V 



Sju^toL^ \<(xv\(e.gL . CoVv.\.o^^ . ^oW<Ls, Ko^vAjq.u^o^, 



Card 2 



Kaw eaha 



Yokut 



Kaweah? : Oiven by Indian Agent Maltby as Four Creeks 

tribe represented at Tule River Agency in 1872. — Charles 
Maltbv, letter to H.H.Bancroft, Aug. 10, 1872. MS.Hayes* 
Scrapoooks, Indians of California, Dancro ft Library. 

Kahweahs: Tribe on Four Creeks.— Bancroft, Native Races, 

7 1874 (after Mcdtby MS) • 




Kaweahs 



[Card 2] 



Yokut 



• Kaweahs : W.A.Chalfant, Stor/ of Inyo, 15, 1922. (Mention) 



Kaweeahs 



Yokut 



Kaweeahs : Peported, together with Kings River Indians . , 
m account of Lieut. Moore's expedition against the 
Yoseanite Indians (1852) as probably in lea^ie with^ ; 
wild tribes in the mountains. — Daily Alta CTalifomia, 
June 18, 1852. 



See Kah-we^ah 

See also Kaweah, Kawia, Cahwia, Kawea, Kauia 



^<'jL-'.vee-r.aa 



^mm^ 



K a-'.vee -nas: Typo2raphicju error for 

elsev5/here in saT^e article Cahuilla 
Los Arv^^eles Times, p. 12, Nov* l2, 



Ka^w e e.-jia s» Spel 1 e i 

— John S. Mc'^rroarty, 
1919. 



See also Cuhui!! 



a-wi-os , Cahuillo 







^ Ka-we-no 

" Ks-we'-no : Polikla; nf;me for eel camp on south bank Klamath 

Riveiv!3 miles above Blue Creek. Named from Ka-wen .^g-V 

aaH. Told me by Frank Isles, a full blood from 



m^fimng 

Pronounced Ka -we -no o by woman of Kaw-tep . — 




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"The Chowchilla or Kawhillai from the names of rivers, 
rancherias, and of comparative vocabularies, appears to 
have obtained f^^om fhe frreat Tulare deltas ho the Feather 
river. "--Taylor, Precis India GallfornicuSv in Bancroft's 
Hand-Book Almanac for IQCA, 29-30, 1664. \Edited by Wil- 
liam H. Knight •) ' -'^-wm 



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See alsoGhiOWchilla 



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"Ka^U^ (syn.Galiiulla).--A tribe occupying in the 18th cen- 
tury a considerable area in southern and eastern San Ber- 
riardino and northern Riverside Counties, Gal. ..The number 

--enumerated in 1910 was 755, of which 754 were in Califor- 
nia and 1 in Arizona. "--Dixon, Census of 1910: Indian lop- 

""ulat'ion in U.S. cc Alaska, pp. 15, 27,M3, 1915."^ - 

Kawi a: Prelirriinar}^ Eulletiri, Census oL.1910: Indian Popula- 



tion, p/ 16. 




1 i shed . June.i:6 , 1913^^ 




Kawia. The name, of uncertain deri- vation consists of 18,240 acres of nn- 
yation, of a Shoshonean division ins. Cal- patented land. Villages: JQuasno, Juan 
ifornia, affiliated linguistically with the Bautista, Kavinish, Kawia, Kwaleki, 
Aguas Calientes, Juanenos, and Luisenos. Lawilvan, Malki, Pachawal, False ta, Pal- 
They inhabit the n. tongue of the Colo- tewat, Panachsa, San Sebastian, Sechi, 
rado desert from Banning s. e. at least as Sokut Menyil, Temalwahish, Torres, 
far as Sal ton, as also the headwaters of Tova, and Wewutnowhu. 
Santa Margarita r., where the Kawia res. Cagumas.— Duflotde Mofras, i, 349, 1844. Cagui- 

is situated Formerly they are said to fc^^rii^oJ^S "v^^:*^!^'' Ca^iX/ii 
have extended mto San Bernardmo val- Tolmie and Dawson, Comp. Vocabs., 128, 1884. 
ley, but it seems more likely that this Cahmiio.— ibid., 129. Cahuiiia.— ind. Aff. Rep., 

^^:r^^ v.^ „ • 1 i. X 1 .1 — ?^ — l''"^' 1^'-^ (applied to res.). Cahuillos.— Ludwig, 

Mas occupied, as at present, by the Se- Abor. Lang., 26, I8I6. Cah-wee-os. -Whipple' 



K 



>X^C3LYV 



Fray Francisco Garces, who referred to 553,1876. Caweos.— ibid. Coahuiias.— Stanley in 
them under their Mohave name, *^Jecu- J^T'^lf; Sf^^^^^^ 

^•^u M ^Ui. • J i? 1 • .J ' Ax ^1 • ( 17 /5-/b), Diary, 289, 1900 (laentical.M. Cohuillas. — 

ich, obtamei from his guide. At this Stanley in Ind. Aff. Rep., 119, 1865. CohuiUes.— 
time they lived about the n. slopes of the Greene in Ind. Aff. Rep., 93, 1870. Cowela.— Hen- 
San Jacinto mts and to thp northward leyin ind. Aff. Rep. 1856, 243, 1857. Cowillas.— Beale 
o^!q ^^o^ ^ ?* fu V^ 1 ^ nortnw ara, ^^ sen. Ex. Doc. 4, 32d Cong., spec, sess., 378, 1853. 
_an(l roamed E. to the Colorado, but their Dancers.— Cones, Carets Diarv, 42, 1900. Danza-'Y 

principal seat was about San Gor^onio "nes.— ibid., 204, 423. Gecuiches. -ibid., 423. Hak- ) 

Tiji^Q Rnrfr^n { TA T? TT^ T^r^r^ ^a OA4-U '^iche.— Kroeber, inf n, 1905 (Mohave name), v— 
pass. mrton (H K i.X. Doc. 76, 34th Jecuches.-Coues; Ga^ct^s Diary, index, 1900. Je- / 

Cong.,3dsess., 115, 1857)gave3,500asthe cueche.— ^arc^s (1776), Diary, 444, 1900. Jecui-y 

number of men alone in 1856, evidently ^^-^5,— Ibid., ,451 Jequiches^.-^Ibid./ Kahuilla.— 
an pxft^fyprfltinn Th^r^ woro 7QQ Tr.rlior.'L ^mgsley, Stand. Nat. Hist., pt. 6, 189, 1883. Kah- 
an exaggeration, inere were 79d Indians weaks.-Sen. JVIisc. Doc. 53,45th Cong., 3d sess., 

assembled under the name ^'Coahuila'' 70, 1879. Kah-we-as.— Wozeneraft in Ex. Doc. 

at all the Mission reservations in 1885, ^» ^^^ Cong., spec, sess., 289,1853. Kahweyahs.— ^ 
while the Indians on Cahuilla res. under HandbOOk AlXl« IndiaHS 
the Mission Tule r. agency in 1894 num- — . ^ /y^^^^^-^ 

bered 151, and in 1902, 159. This reser- Ft^ 1^ p. ^^^/, 1907 



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liMia. j^ahuilj al: : aiven as Shoskonean tribe in 

Southern Califoniia by /. E. Chamberlain in article 
p"462. mof '^" ^'■^''^^^' Encycl. Brit. Jolfll. 

^^in ^nl^rv""" *he Tule Indiana: Hoffman, Remarks. 

301. ieP6. • °''' ^"'* ^^^^03. soc. um. ' 



Schumacher in Rep. Peabody Mus., xii, 621, 1880. 
Kauvuyas.— Loew in Rep. Chief Engrs., pt. 3, 642, 
1876. Kau-yai'-chits.— Powell in Ind. Aff. Rep. 
1873, 51, 1874. Kavayos,— Gatschet in Rep. Chief 
Engrs., pt. 3, 553, J876. Kavwaru-maup.— Ingalls 
(1872) in H. R. Ex. Doc. 66, 42d Cong., 3d sess., 2, 
1873. Koahualla.— Ind. Aff. Rep. 1877, 246, 1878. 
Tecuiche.— Cortez (1799) in Pac. R. R. Rep., iii, 
pt. 3, 125, 1856 (misquoting Garces). 





i^'/-<>-n 



KAWIA WOMAN 



KAWIA MAN 



Kavu a ^ ( C aj:u i 1 jl a ) " : '^ j v e n 



as 2ho3':r.ne^-.r tribe ir 



.:^^;^^^ ^^^lif— ^S"::.^ ^- C-:r-erla.in i^'artic^ 
p:4e2:-]oiS/:'"' ^"^"^^•''-"■- -^^:-^"- Brit. .Vol.14. 



'.awia |:rorer, or the ?ule 
on iVifei NcijT.es, Froc. 
301, 18(6. 



Indians: Hoffman, Ke/^arka, 
■P-n\ Phi 1 0. I, Soc-, /.XIJJ. 



■^rlniiiiiirlh r in \U\k \*in\uu\\ Miis., \ii, i.'JI, I.SSO. 
Kjiuvuyiirt. L<M'\v in K('|». CliU'l iMi^rs , pi. ;{, Mi*, 
l>s;(i. Kau-yar-chits. I'oNVtll in I ml. AlV. Ivcp. 
l»S7;i, r>l, isvi. Kavayos,— (iatsclH't in lU'p. Chief 
En^^M-s., pt.:i, r)r)8, tH7(;. Kavwaru-maup.- In^alls 
(1872) in H. H. Kx. Doc. (W;, IlM (^>nK^, :^(1 srss., l>, 
1S7;^ Koahualla. — hid. AiV. Key). 1877, 2U\, 1S78. 
Tecuiche.— Cortc/ (l7'.nM in Tac. K. K. Hep., m, 
pt. 3, ll?r>, 18r)() ( niis<in<>lin«^ (Janv's). 





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KAWIA WOMAN 



KAWIA MAN 




NNVO. 




Kawia. A Yokuts tribe formerly living 
on the edge of the plains on the n. side of 
Kaweah r., Cal., but now extinct. They 
were hostile to the American settlers. 
By agreement of May 13, 1851 ( which was 
not confirmed), a reserve was set aside 
for this and other tribes between Kaweah 
and Chowchilla rs., Cal., which at the 
same time ceded their unreserved lands. 
This tribe is to be distinguished from the 
Kawia (Coahuila, Cahuillo, etc.), a Sho- 
shonean tribe in Riverside co., Cal. 

Cah-was.— Johnston (1851) in Sen. Ex. Doc. 61, 
32d Cong., 1st. sess., 23, 1852. Cahwia.— Harbour 
Vn^oIVf"-- ^^V ^^P- 23'^' 1^51- Cah-wi-ah.— Wessells 
ii^^Ll" «• \ ^.^,- ^^'^- '^°' 34th Cong., 3d sess., 
32, 1857. Cowhuillas.— Tavlor in Cal. Farmer 
June 8, 1860. Cowiahs.— Henley in Ind. .\flF. Rep ' 
511, 1854. Cow-illers.— Lewis, ibid., 400, 1858. 
CowwiUas.— Dole, ibid., 219, 1861. Gawia.— A. L. 
Kroeber mf'n, 1906 (the more strictly correct 
JSI^V'^-rr . '^®*^^"~^«"croft, Nat. Races, i, 456, 
Jel'*-,,^*"^*— Powers in Cont. N. A. Ethnol., iii, 
3/0, 18/7. Kawia.— Ind. Aff. Rep. 1903, 508, 1904. 
Keawahs.-Maltby in Ind. Aff. Rep., 381. 1872 
Keweah.— Ind. Aff. Rep., 284, 1884. 

Handbook Am. Indians 



Pt. 1, p. ^ 






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o- 



1907 



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Ka^vi a 



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Kawia. A Kawia village on Cahuilla 
res., near the headwaters of Santa Marga- 
rita r., s. Cal. 

Cahuilla.— Ind. Aff. Rep. 1902, 175, 1903. 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt. 1, p. (^6?, 1907 



,Xa=ai=IL: Tribe next below the 
River. — Geo, W.Stewart, Yokut 



Wik-t8um-ne on Kaweah 
Tribes of Kaweah Region, 



Sierra Club Bull., Vol.l2,No.4, 1927, 388 and map 
opp., plate CXXIII. 



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.V\. ^^XAxJs>v X^-v3oA, 41. 



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Ka-wi-a: Tribe next below Wiktchiimne on Kaweah River. — 

Geo. W. Stewart, Yokut Inds. of Kaweah Region, Sierra Club 

Bull. Jol.l2,No.4, 388. 1927. 

. Kawia or Gawia (plural Kawevayi or Gaweyayi ): Yokut tribe 
on hill on N side Kaweah River, opposite the Yokod. — 
Kroeber, Hdbk. Inds. Calif. . 480, 1925. 



See also Gawia 



• ^av;i^ aka Porno 

Old camp site of ''Valley Division'' Porno, Central 
iialect, about I/4 mi. W of P.ussian river and 
3 mi. S of Ukiah. The Cox ranch house is on this site 

QlTH NO GFO(4 . PC 

Barrett, Univ. Calif. PuhsTT^Tol. 67rTsl. Feb. 1908 




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llarne used by Yokiits for Ta-hi -cha--r)a"han-na 
Pov/ers, Tribes of Calif., p 593, 1877. 



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o-vwcxXistu. 



^j5j^ \Ccx.v^.\^^\^,V.(x.W\^^\$s(X.V^^^*^M"oLsaW, HevA^-o^^-ouk, K^wvMu.vAta.k 



Za'^\vil:av7i 



romo 



Cld village of "Hiissii-Mi River Division" Pomo, South- 
ern dialect, near E bank of Russian river about 2 
3/4 mi. a little S of S of Kealdsburg. 
Barrett, Univ. Calif. Pubs., vol. 6,jt216, ?eb. 19C8 






LkI 



S^-Ho 





V~i^Ue_vlr) --VvrvjiuLAv.). 



\sl,noi.((^|5:k 




VjiVVsj^f^ 



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• Xav/i rao 



lomo 



Old village site of "Valley Division" Porno, Central 

dialect, about ICO yds. E of Russian river and about 

1 3/4 mi. Hinv of Hopland. 

From Icav/i , anything small, and mo, hole. 

iTear large spring sometimes called poison spring. 

Barrett, Univ. Calif. Pubs. ,^^vol. 6. 172^''^Feb. 1908 



liawi * namarni 



?0]T]0 



eid camp Bite of '^Valley Division" Porno, ITorthern 
dialect, near south bank of Ander^son creek about 

2 mi. east-southeast of Zoonville; a food-gathering 

camp. 

From kawilna, turtle, ma^ ground, and mL ^lace. 
Barrett, Univ. Calif. Puts. vol. 6^153, Feb. 19C8 



/ 



^ ITawinliwiti man 



rorao 



Old village of "Russian River Division" Pomo, South- 
ern dialect, near E bank of Dry creek about I/4 mi. 
above confluence of Pina creek. 



E T w I r - G ^ r ( -^ PC MCj 



Barrett, Univi Calif. Pubs. . vol. e.Tg'so, Feb. 19 



08 



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Ka*'Witc-wito-»hap-mam 



Qhumashan 



. Ka^witoHtitc^harKmajn : Former rancheria on site of pre- 
sent Main Street of Ventura.— H. W. H^nshaw, MS Vocabu< 
lary San Buenaventura Lar^uage obtained at San Buanevan- 
tura, Nov. 1884 ( 2 copies) rios. 293 & 844, Bureau 
Ethnology. 



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U/vx^ . ^^IpO^ . >(?o^ 






* Ka^wivome l^Ko^W'-\Mi~»jo-vx^O 



Old .village 




Mewan 



on S bank of 



Cache croek about 1 l/S mi. below its source, and 
about the same distance from town of LowerCtake*. 



Barrett, 





317, Feb. 1908 



See also CagUitome, Ca'^uitlome, Caguitamayen 



KiX,NN A^ - \N (X.\v 



KV^-'^-soo-kol-e. 



K^\vOWvi>^\M^ VJJL^^O^ Iv^tKocOJ^ N^^ilSjUA "jfesJlA I ^^"^-^^^^^ «Pfoukl^ 




Xa./v->^GArsjVspx. ^^-^ 



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Kaw-ne 



Midoo 



* Kaw^ne : Namo applied by Kow^wahk of Nevada City to 

closely related tribe of Flacerville region. Informa- 
tion from old Polly Hamburg and blind Richard Yemie 
of Nevada City, Nov. 11 S: 12, 1928.-.Calif. Journ.-ci..v_ 



Khwo"^ fir.n 



^kaW-->MO^cKU^Wo.Vv ) 



rOTTlO 



Old camp cite of "Bi^" Valley Division" Porno. Kastern 
dialect, about I/4 mi. due E of Highland 



prings on 



headwaters of Adobe creek. 

I^Vom J^MWO^ (,ottd, nnd xa, water or r>|.r ing. 

Jiarrett, Univ. Calif. I^ib^^Vo^. 6, 203, Feb. 19G8 



•Vjxnn 



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N^j^^ynj^ ry^^us^c,^ 





y>[Lh-ksal 



X 



j^^Q - K^ 




i^^J^yX 




MerFiamT'DistTand Classif.of Mewan Stock_of California, 
--TftmerTfi nthropologi s V^^ TXTTT^^ST^une 1907; 




'K aw -l£f> or » Ko-tep 




irolikla nc.me_for big vill^^f^e on north bank 

— -, - -~ -/E mile above 
/ i-^rank Isles, a full bl9od from i-:eaua.— c^^vv.. 



^ Kgw-tgpjL .......^ .^. ._ ^ __^ 

Klamath fiiver about 1/4 to Y/H mile above Jo'-T.scris. 
(jiven me b/ i^rank Isles, a full ' ^ 

Pronounced Koktep bv inhabitant of village .-e^. 

^i/ritten Go-tep and Uor-tep by lucy Thompson. 



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Hoc-pa]i n..:ine, llcjacchi tdin^. which 



^^'-^^'"^^W^ w--v>^ ^tt^Ya:-ic>\-fvi-^f-l\.' t*_ 



see 



See also '^Q9i^pi^ ^9"T?rj\?K» P^^^^P» Cor-tet(typog* error) 



Kawuya 



Shoshonean 



* Kawuya : Given bv Gatschet as division of Shoshoni 
rajmTly.--^-^.Gatschet, Klfinath Indians, Ccntr.N 
Eth. .Vol.2, Pt, 1. p. xlv. 



Anier 




See also Kauvuya, Cahuilla. Cowio , Cavda 



Kawwevahs 



Xolcv^ 



Kaww evahs of Tulare Lal^es. — /..S .Taylor, Califs Farmer, 
"Ttay^T 1862. 

[Note: T^ylor uses spellirF; Kali- we* yah in Calif. Farmer, 
ToT: 13, No. 14. May 25, 16 



See Kah-we-ah 






// 



Ka w-vim : 
arvsvi 



Midoo 

Name which old Henry Thompson says his tribe 
apply to the Lower Feather River tribe (Yuba & 
e downstream).— Calif •Joum. .p. 71, Nov.l, 1928; 



K&xGsta'din 



^Ml^ 



Atlriabaskan 



iWiRta diK-[ if(a}i-hus-!-a *diir;1.» ' Chilula" najne meaniiig 
Fhiladelphus arror^ place^ . on Sweathou^re Flc^t E side 
Reawood Creek. — P. E. Goddard. Univ. of Calif. Pubs., 
iker, Arohaeol. SLEthnoI-, Vol. iQ^No. 6. p. 276, April 



Kasta'din .-^ Spell irg u^ed h - OoddarJ 
myth.-- P.E.aoddard. , Chilula Texts. . 
Pabs., Amer. /rcliaeol. ZcEthnol., Vol 



in a 
Uniy^ 

10. 



*hmkut 

or Uaiif. 

No. 7, 375, 

19l4 



See Ivahs-tsh-ten. Kasta'din 



'<ay 



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i-vow-bah 



ch 



Porno an 



V 



avau: ^/'Ppc).renMv after Kroeber*s Kaivau) . --Loeb . Pomo 



olkways, p. 36B, Sept 






1926 



See /\i-yow 

See also KuiyiiU , Ki-cu 



KoL^Me^"^^ 



SaxK 



Tj^jO^n)^ 



Q~yAi 



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'^JLX V-^-^^^'t^ ^K^-^o^-\^,V-«>Hd:v,Wv^<i.-^ci ,cLti.>j^A^,^<i^A^<.\ 



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K-O.U- 



k 










See Ka-nek __ : ^. . , 

See al.30 Kenek, Choholch'j/eding, Sh^/ufv^m, 






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--(U; 



K^ol 



c 



aA^H.BJU*^ 



1^3^. 




^^•^4^«fw/T^^^ icu, ms^. 



See Ka-nek 

See al3c Kenek. Kay-neck. 



uznashan 



4 

Ka-yo-woc 

/ 

♦ Ka- yb- woo : Former rancher ia in southern Ventura County, on 
Bite of Uayeguas Pancho, just below Springville.r- Ms 
Vocabulary^/ obtained by H. W. Henshaw at San Buenaventura, 
Nov. 1884.* Spanish spell ing- Ca-vewesh . (juoted from educa- 
ted halfbreed. Henenaw also uses spell ir^ Kai-vur-wi^rc -- 
H. W* Henshaw, MS Vocabulary San Buenaventura Language - 
(2 copies) Nos. 293 & 844, Bureau Ethnology. 



Kai-Yur-wifrc 



See also Cayeguas, Cayuguis, Cayegues, Ca-yewesh, 



4 - " /" 



Ka-yur- wurc» i^wao 



Chumashap 



Ka«y^r-wuro-i->wao : Former rancheria in Ventura Co. E 
or Ventura Mill.— H. W. H©nshaw, MS Vocabulary San 

t Ventura Larguage obtained at San Buenaventura Nov. 
2 copies) Nos. 293 & 844, Bureau Ethnology. 



Buen 
1884 



Kaza-Pomas 



Kaza-Pomag : Indians residing in Long Valley, Mendocino 
County. Calif. — Majority & Minority Reports, Special 
Joint Committee [Calif •LegislatureJ ^ ;on 



J 

V?ar, p. 13M860: 



the Mendocino 



• kca/kaleyo 



^-Kskcxlv^o-^vle^o ) 



Pomo 



Gld village of "Vslley Division" Pomo, Central dia- 
lect, on east bank e£ Russian river about .3/4 mi. 
northeast of Cumrniskey. 
Barrett, Univ. Calif. ?ubs.,^vol. 6,)170, Feb. 1908 



i^XK ^iJJL.— fv^ 




• koa'ksleyo 



[y k e>\\9^W - k ^W^ \ €L^ ^c ) 



Pomo 



^Id camp site of "Valley Division^^ Pomo, ITorthern 
dialect, near northern head of Anderson creek^ prob- 
ably about 5 mi. nearly due east of Boonville; a 
f ood-gatherinp;- c 



amp 



Frora kca, v/hite oak (?). kale ', tree, and yo under. 






Barrett, Univ. Calif. Pubs. , Vol. '6^154, Feb. 19 



C8 



<Pj)L^.*./0<^ 




^u^-Ciui no) 



*^ t JU-Jv l^^u.<uJ^rt^ iZ^i,^ %4^ 



K'ci'^wu-k'ci-w u [pronounced Kehiwukshiwu] Chumasha;i 

K'ci-wu-k'ci-wu.— Fonner rancheria ojt Santa Rosa Island 
on site of the old ranch. — MS Vocabulary obtained by 
H. W. Henshaw at San Buenaventura, Nov* 1684. Spanish 
spelling Kshiu kshiu. quoted from educated halfpreed. •• 
H. W. Renshaw, MS Vocabulary San Buenaventura language 
(2 copies) Nos. 293 & 844, Bureau Ethnology. 



See also KshiwukshiHU, Kshiu kshiu . Xiucxiui 



V ^ • 



•V 



Ke-ct 

Gatchet, Archaeology Wheeler Survey, p411, 1879. 






\l 



1 W (A T 




. ^.a^.|>^U?x 



^^\, A'isl^. Cl^ «-X"t^-.\M^c^^ 



*Ke-boo-ke-bool' 



K 



-boorke-bool : Y o- 
Z-l/z miles from 

Valley tribe, — c5m>~ 



Porno an 




name for Pinole- town Rancheria, 
Inhabi taints are from Potter 



iifciiiM irmi^ I i^ii I mi i#iiirtii immfifniniarii 



Mewan 




("Putah Creek Division'!i on shore of 



Kebu^lpukut 

Old ^village 

small wet-weather lake about 2 1/2 mi« SE of Guenoc. 

Barrett, Univ. Calif* Pubs.,, vol. 6, 316, Feb. 1908 










xS^ >MjCti^ jlU^ , 



V^o\s 






Kecchnfia 

Kecchrjga: Pancheria mentioned in Libros de Bautisros, 

Mision de San Juan Capistrano, MS, 1777-1846. 
See KechrKa 



Porno 



K^e^celv;al Q*. \c^'-5Wil\>n^,\) 

Old village site of Pomo, Southeastern dialect on 

S shore of strait connecting Clear lake with East 

and Lower lakes, and ahout I/4 ml. NE of Ca'kai. 

From ke^cel, blue clay, and wai, said to be an ejac- 

uiation» 

Barrett. Univ. Calif, ^bs...vol. 6, 206, Feb. 1908 



v.^g-WY v 







-32.1 



} 



Kma \<><J^^3^>^<^^^ 




^oitCuTL, 







i: /.H. Cray ton, nho3t Dance of 1B70 in So. Central 



tAM* 



Calif ,rp. 60 .61 ,82; ^19.50. XoU-u^-ts v vie^-ieT-w Kxo-v^o Potvera- 
\^o.Vv'y-a. v^^"^^-^^*-^ \'«3^'^*^/v\'^^^ Yokuts-Mono Chiefs a 
Shamans .pp. 368 .387 , 390 .400 .06\..193O. _ 

> Kechavi Yokuts . Ibid pp.366.369,odt.l930, 

>Kechavi (plural Keche^wali or Kichainawi ): Tribe on S ban 



San Joaquin "for some miles above Millerton". Villages 



§-«LV 



were Kochoyu & KqwjgK 
481, .1925. 

v-.^u^.^o Ketch-a'-ye 



/ 






Kechavi 



Yokut 



Kechavi : A. H* Gay ton, Yokuts & Western Mono Potterv- 

makmg, map 248, 1929. 



Kechayi. 



I 



okut. 



Kechayi. A division of the Yokuts, for- 
merly livingon San Joaquin r., Cal. 

Kechayi.— A. L. Kroeber, inf'n, 1906. Kech-eel.— 
Ind, Aff. Rep., 223, 1851 (same?). 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt. 1, p. ^-/o , 1907 



K e - ck^ [ 



oJLcrs 



K^<^kv^ 




/V^<N.i«^^iW-«-ili 





-SkosVxi 



•^i*l ^\.A*^k»^ 






<LVAi\A \^S^;:Bu-»ciw^ 





ISSI; 



^^^. 



LoM>^'vv^lpt>«.ttu.loL} l^^o; ©oA^^c.'s^ lsi5-;^M>A:icVv<Li: i^Ka^H.^^?^- 




5:^^^-SWo^Wovt:<>.'^^-l^v.(iX'^db^ IHiT-C. l^ol^ 




N<- «i- V^ \. , Luk.> 



, T i '^^u-'v^W o J <>o>» Lv«-*v» '*-«-\- 



\< 'i^ - cWvv - Vv - Wi s 



\ VLW^flLArv 



\^ - c^V^oLVw! -Vo -wH %x V>e>e.Vvou'VYL-Wo6 '' W^—^ *.^-{iJi--^"^ K«LwJ-vwt.l ..v^liletftKo ^ tu\ 



Vv.e.c,\v-ee.L 



Ijn-aXi 




\[ 



10 



u 



' u 



^ 5?^^^^^ iu^oo^ e^__^Ui£l^ki<Ai 






r 



V^^uL^:Et3IL,a^H,l%^L 







NMKxCiHxr w 




SlW-^^S Q^^ X -^o-g.Vve^ 



'^J»>,^X5=*^^^^V-^^J?«>.^^J1»J^ ji^-;^^ l<^^0 




. ^yvjkv vVv>>w>N>>^ « <Cju^w^^ 



•Kechi 



s 



ee Ketchis and Gaitchim ) r^W.^^ Wiioo^itU 



S Ko sK Vl tO^Yv 



Tribe at San Luis Rey Mission, San DieRO Co., Calif.-'Ba.*i:Uft> 








^^"^-^-^ , d^C<X^, WUI» . LiOv.^jujKtfJUr ft 




-t^-^ 



aA A-A.^W«-e. 






vAor 




KeoAv 



; ^uvulVi^ 




««-^^>~»^-^£lKM oxAvJI^ ojpr 



CVW^'Vw^. 



ix}:i-*j»X. yJs\kM\ » 




Kechi.--Ludewig, Literature 
Language s , v ^it i od by " "" ' 




Of American Aboriginal 

, 26,63, 1858Cjvi^-^ ^j.,^ 






Kechi^.-Gatsciiet: ,'^wolf Sprachen,31, 1876. 




y y K^j^ ^jt.v. \<^<^ C (^ K.^ 



i^U^ 



e4-*vJLC.^ P\^ 







K<L<;^W 



L 



(O' 



^-J^^vS^Orv o 




l^-^--ai^-SLiL Ui!.Ajbt;jy^ 




Tk 



'^'"^^^^^^-^y^^^^^xj^ 



fs-i-^ 



(vXiL 



^ 



«<^V^ 




^^^^^v"^ 9s. USq 



UU*P>^ ^CL^^ 1%-S-^ 




ki.-^ 



SUiK. 




(0^, Us^i"^ 



« I to i «^i w 



Ui O^ SenfJ*, 



Kechn^.a _ i 

Kechrga: Rancheria mentioned in Books of Baptisnis, San 



K 



Juan Capistrano Mission (4 Indians)* 
twice; Kedchr^a ; 'Quetma ^ — Mis ion de 
Libros de Bautisnios. MS. 1777-1846* 



See Queech 




Spellings: KechrKa 
San Juan Capistrano, 



See also Kechi, Ketchis, Gaitchim , Keish 



' Kfirl-do-hah-pe 



Kom-lak-ke 



v.? 4 



dn to on 



> KpH-r}o^-hah-De: Naine aiDulied by lloin-lak-'ke of Paskenta 



/ 



to their village on north side MoGarty ^Creek about 1/4 
mile east of 3r-noi^- toi ., -and about 3-3/4 miles south 
of Elder Greek. — 



• Kodi^rLabe 



Wintun 



Old village of Southerly dialect, at ranch house on 
Joan Vann ranch, now occupied by Joseph Mahhas. 
Barrett, Univ. Calif, Pubs,, ^vol, 6, 296, Feb, 1908 



Keech-oel 



Suuu X-t^-cW- ee^ 




.\ Wxc^ 



Tribe si/^inff: treaty at Camp Barlow, San Joaquin River ^ 



Calif, April 29. 1851. — McKee. Barbour & Wozencraft,Senat 
Ex. Dqc.,1, 52nd. Cong. 1st. Sess.;/484. 



1851. 



^oAS^ T>\ :e^\v>ee^ ^ lA.:.^.^ ^^.^.H^§4^t.S[>,x.^^^^^ Y.-^g^WS!Sj 



cuJ^ l-^-i 



^^<:tK<L. 



9a:d. -^J^.^^^f^^c^A^e.^^^. t2.s-x^l5^^^. 



OckA^ 






X^. Ov>J6k^^ i v^ X-^^^-^-W^^ ^ 





Keoch 



^jjuGj^^^J^-^'*^ 



^^nmkW 



headwaters of Tuolujrme 



Tribe at foot of Sierra Nevada ,\ 
Merced, and Mariposa rivers, Calif.— 

Earbour & V/ozencraft,. Senate Ex. Doc. 4, Special Session, 

p 61, 1853. 



'V\JiaOuou6yv^^'tu--v^ spelling Kee-eh 



ees. 




II"l:V.vvk-Rf^ . 



"Ke^^Avles- ISi^l^X^t^.'^^JU^JulJi^^ ,.. ^.t^. l^m^^iiiH, 



U^S^. - U^ -|v^ ITtf , IT, I'i?^. 







ojt>j^Yf^^^ ^^^-'"*^ ^^lis^kiee^ ( ~ 




» "* CHva^^^ . 



- KeQCii3s 

* Keeches. Mentioned by Barbour (Sen. 
Ex. Doc. 4, 32d Cong., spec, sess., 61, 1853) 
as a hostile tribe living n. and e. of San 
Joaquin r., among the foot-hills of the 
Sierra Nevada, on the headwaters of the 
Tuolumne, Merced, and Mariposa rs., 
Cal., in 1851. It was probably of Moque- 
lumnan stock. 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Ft. 1, p- l^y^f 1907 




Keihkem 



Polikla 



Keih kem: Polikla nojrie for their villa/:e on north side of 

Klamath VdYer , opposite Me^-taHT— Kroeber , Hdbk 
Ind3 Calif, p p, map p 9, 1925 

[No te« --Kroeber shows^ on hia map another town of 
the 3an".e nam;e in Ner-er-ner territory on ea-st side 



of Bi^ LaM'Oon.j 



> — ^ 



oee Ka^= 



-kern: 



Ke i hk emi 



Ner-er-ner 



Polikla 



Keihkem: Polikla name for Ner-cf-ner settlement on east 
liTde of Big La[£Oon, accorain^^; to Kroeber's map. — 
Kroebei', map y 9, 1925 

[Note. --Kroeber ^hovVo on hii5 m;ap another tovvn of the 
same nrj/ne on north side of Klarmth River, opjosite 

Met-tah'.] 



See Ka — kern. 



L 



Keish 

Keisn.— Sam: Luis Rey, 



^-W 2 V \v 



Sparkrrian: Culture of Luiseno* In- 



diana.. Univ.Calif.Pub8.Am.Arch,& Ethn, Vol.8, 
191, Aug. 7, 1908. 



• / 



Quetr^a 



Ke -zkem L=Ke= --kern] 



Poliklan 



Ke ^xkem , Kg'^kem, Keixkem : Polikla name for their village 
on south bank Klamath River about a mile below Me tab 
UreeK.-- T. £. Watennan, Yurok Gecgraphy, Univ. Calif. 
Pubs. Aner. Arch, h Ethnol., Vol. 18, No. 5. r)p. 206 
245 k map opposite p. 226, May 31. 1920. 

[Note: Wateman also gives Ke^^kem as name of settlerr.ent 
on east side of middle of Big Lagoon. J 



See Ka'^-kem , Keihkem 



Ke-k ehts 



Shaste 



ohastan 




Proper name of ShovSte tribe as used by them- 
Dixon gives Kikatsik as name of tribe m Scott 
and also as tribe in Shasta Valley and up^er 
Canyon from Klamath Hot Springs to Scott hiver. 
, variously pronounced K^kahts, Ke-kahtch, or 
ch, has been given me by the Shaste of upper 
Canyon, Shasta and Yreka valleys, and Scott 
s tne proper tribal name for tnemselves: and the 



selves. 

Valley, 

Klamath 

The name 

Gik^kaht 

Klama th 

Valley a ^ ^ 

Konomehco of Salmon River call them by the same name, 

Ml ' ' 




See Gik'-ka^tch, Ke'-gahts, Kf 
see also Ki-kat-sik,' Kikatsik 



kahtch 



\ 



^Kek..kah-na~tung 



? _« .^ 



E-tahk-na-lin-na-ka h 



Athapaskan 



' Kftk-kah'-na-tung : E-tahk-na-lin-na-kah rancheria on New 
River at MartKa Ziegler's place. -ci^^^. 



' Ke-ko-nej^k 



Karok 



Band of Middle Klainath ( Peh-tsik or Karok ) tribe near junc 
tion of Salmon and Kl<-:miath Rivers, Calif.-A* McKee, Senate 
Ex. Doc. 4, Special Session, r)lCA\ i\ls\o STielliKJ Ho-co-neck 

Ibid,p. 211. Spelled Eh-uua~nek by Gibbs int^choolcraft's 
Archives,! II, 151, 1860. ' ^ 



^Ce 1 e ;vii tk'// 1 i kw i nn t 






Shoahonean 



,kele;vutk^iikwinut: "wood han^ia^ down". Ori^rinal na/r.e of . 
Desert Cahuillavilla-e of U tcuflaloni . //eat of hL^mvay 
d. La i;.e 3a. --V*r. Strong, Abori-inal 3oc. in Southern ' 
Calif. ,i).bZ, ^1929. IVU.p.ioa.. 




Keliopoma. The nanie, in ineir own 
language, of the northernmost branch of 
the Porno, bordering on the coast Yuki 
and the Athapascan Kato, and inhabit- 
ing the country from Sherwnod to. the 
coast near Cleone, Cal., to which place 
they gave its name. They were also 
called Shibalna Pomo. ^^^H v 

Chiabel-na-poma.— Tobin in Ina. Aff. Rep. 1857, 
404, 1858. iu-la Kai Po -mo.— Powers In Cont. N. A. 
Ethnol., Ill, 155, 1877. She-bal-ne Pomas.— Wiley 
in Ind. Aff. Rep. 1864, 119, 1865. Shi-bal'-ni Po'- 
mo.— Powers, op. cit. (Kaito Pomo name: * neigh- 
bor people'). 



Handbook Am. Indians 
Ft. 1, p. (^/z., 1907 



K''eliutanau 



» K^eliutanau: Rcha.or place 
a creek entering the San 
Kroeber, Hdbk.Inds. Calif 



yokut 



name for Hoyima village on 
Joaquin fron the nortn. — 
,484, 1925. 



See Ho-yennah 






)>x 



^\MOl\\ 



^ 





V6^>'oo«^ VaA^ -U>Ct:*-\ 



^ 



^ 'Kel-lew-v/in-fo . means ^Coyote peopleV^Merriam, Dist.and 
ClaBsif^of Mewan Stock of California, Amer, Anthropolo- 
gist, NS IX, p.353, June 1907. 



'Kel-lew-win-^f6 



Mewan 



"The Tul eamme are called 



Te-om-fo and Kel-lew- 



win-fo by the Koi-in-fo (or ' Ham-fo ) of Lower lake. 
Kel-lew-win^fo means 'Coyote people. '"-—Merriani, Diet, 
and ClassiTw or Mewan Stock of California, Amer. Anthro- 
pologist, NS IX, p. 352, June 1907. 



See also Kellewinfo, 



^Kg-Ioq-cIqw 



Nom^-lak-ke 



■^ ' • 



wmtoon 



^ KG-loo-dow! Name applied b^ Nom-lak-ko of Paskenta to 
their villoPe on south si3e Elder Creek about 3 mile?' 
west of Bo~dan-choo-he , which vva? at north foot of 
Table Ldountain. — 



K^l^^^ 



^V\A^ 



k^-tu. SK(>wVv6VvecL>v 








\<->^^aJ: 




i 




JT- ' \ X C |?^D.-^^ ^ liO^^ 



K5l'-ta(K]-il51-ta l 
Hoo-ndi nrjnc for tr 

— I t 

Trinity Co. Calif. 
1877. 



H«^b^ .- %^ UliL 



ibo on Soutli fork ofjTrinity Rivei 



i 



Powers, Tribes of Calif. VV 89-91 




^UtAr 




Sljls^ oSUv V-(XvVx c^ 



Gk.ooJ?jx^'U.-*-*c«aJL.,vM.?, 




^ Kftlmflh-Vwah-Tnah 



/ 



Konomehoo _ 



ohastan 



J^jf\p. h-kwa h~m ah : Konomehoo name for 
southwest side of Salmon River just 
Nordheimer Creek. ~ci^ 



their village on 
below mouth of 



- K ^\Vl oJtlWwv CT o-V\A: (l\ki oaV) 



Tiu.i 



e 



H'^.^ 



\-ftyvw/\A-»^N* 



^^X^||ZJ?^ 



\<i^i^ (^A^ l.,.^ ^^^...^-k^ -^^ 



S^AL ^W^\v^8L \\V^^\/l 






emel 



Kernel or T^nel: Rsincheria mentioned in 1803 in Book o 

Mi'Tael Mission. MS, 179I^-1862* 



r » 





KfirJafih. f Kin-naK) r Hoopah name for the 




ke^.WGLki Su;.^ 







Kenau 



Knnesen 



> 



^e^\i 



anc f le ri a 




>U OP 



m 



Kenau : .^ 

yfoof^v,^^ Roble Caido abour4ls^£;;u^ME of San Antonio 
Mission, mentioned in San Antonio Mission Books. MS Copv 



by A.Pinart, Bancroft Library, 1876* 



See Gruinau 



' Kenek 



Yurok 

Kenek. A Yurok village on lower 
Klamath r., 5 or 6 m. below the mouth 
of Trinity r., Cal. It plays a prominent 
part in Yurok myths, but does not appear 
to have been important in historic times. 

Kenek.— A. L. Kroeber, iiifn, 1904 (Yurok name). 
Sh wufum . — Ibid. ( Karok name J 

Handbook Am. Indians 

Pt. 1. p. (?,7;u, 1907 



S>^«Lkoc-V\^V^ 



Kenek-oul 



Kenek 



Polikla 



^^"^^^t^l^li^l^^-.^^^^^^^^^ ^^^il village on :-xuth 



• n 



3iae of 



Klair^,th Piver. shovin on Kroeber^s map' about i rile 
belo.' rnouti of Tuley Creek. --Kroeber Hdbk Ind^ Caii 
pp 8, 10, 11, map p 9. 1925 

[Note,— Not to be confused v;ith neia-hbourin? villa-e 

^Qg.eteul .^iven hy Kroeber (Hdbk^'I nds Cafif , mar o9. 



Ho -pah name. Choholchwedim. ivhich see. 



f 



Karo 



name, Shmiluni, .'/ni 




see 



See Kl^.-nek 

See also Ca-neck. Ste/ufum, Choholchweding, 



Kenekrul 



Polikla 



il§2ek£ul: Poliklaname for their village on south side 

ofKlama-,h River below KTi-nek, opposite Chats-kwe. 
^w-snovvn on Kroeber's map). — Kroeber . Hdbk Inds 
talif , nap p 9, 1925 

LNote.--Not to be confused with neighbouring village 
Kenek . which see.] " "^ ° 



".jBtK-L. -i^ .y.ig'vaaiavs— i-g»t J il rij j eo .gMt»' 







<i 



c^^/vxjL^ ' r 



K 



^ 



e-^ieaci ^»^ 



NNavlc^WWV 












' • f 






f^ 





4rt 




- . -' -AtdVU-W^ ^ L 




[[fcc»-«-.Jt5 5^( 



S^vofl^k 



"^"«\.^S.T:t 



a 



Kemas : 

Kengas : Rancher i a mentioned in Libros de Bautis?r.os,Mision 
de San Juan Capistrano, MS, 1777-1846. 

See Geveb 




« t 



]QTn-lsk-ke 




KpnMcQ-pol: Name applied by N6m'-lak-ke of Paskenta to 
their large village at big spring about 1-1/^ miles 
south of Elder Creek and half a mile north ol 
Wen-nem^ker-ril >- ^^. — 



Ken-nah-ah 

Hoilet^ha or h*Wilkut naine for Yurok tribe 



Yurok 




' Ken-nali-Iiun- tall- -b en 

Hoilet'ha or h'Wilkut. vill 
heloYi Minor/^s Crsek. 



Chiei iiere* 



.skan 




on Redwood Greek, just 





j(^xg Village .t^wJU^ 



JirKJ 



name meaning "Yurok village place" for important form-er 
village on flat borderir^ Red«70od Creek on E, about 1/4 
mile N of Tom Bair's ranch house. (SE corner Section 21. 
Township 7 H, Rar^e 3 E) . — P.E.Goddaixi. Univ- of Galif. 
Pubs.-. Irr.er. Archeaol. & Ethnol^. Vol. Jo No. 6. p. 276^^' 
April, 1914. . __^ * 



See alio Kiririaxonta'din / ;Ki^nc;ih9nt^ihdiii 






/ 



' Ke^nnokono 



Mewan 



Old village site of Olamentka tribe, at town of Bode- 
ga Corners. 
Barrett, Univ. Calif* Pubs.,, vol. 6, 304, Feb. 1908 



'Ken-sah ~no cha-row 




con proper 



I'Vi ntoo n 



' *Ken~sah~nb cha-row: Former large and important village on 
flat of same name on MoCloud Eiver immediately below 
present Government Fish Hatchery at Baird. This was 
the capital town of the Wintoon. Told me by McGloud 
River Wintoon. — 




KcW^'t^9 .ctWo'.w^c.v^-^^--'^"^" 



V-oLo-WwWoW 







Q^i-kjX^OLsWoLVv 







MMMMn^SSBBSBBSSSSSB 



^tk. 



OUpOL^ 



? 



V.<3UVU 



Kg,W-\:^s' Vv^'-Q^Vv *. Ts ew^vjOLk'- W^-W-Vves * ^wa>vwOk_ 4^i^ Ka.Vv\: o ^ylV<^^.Uow» 







^ IWvv.. 








K^\v' 






WolM 







^^Xt >\Mtv;^W{)L\ 



K^ 



Wijvj^ v..siSu^ JU^ v~*„:dbi;^ 

^ V'^'i^^^tof, ii.^. i2.:><j, im 



-^ Lt .1^>M 






Ke-^'t^c h 




*.« 






Hoopah name for the Karok . 



^ju^KoJ-^'lU 



^ Kepsl 



Yurok 

Kepel. A Yurok village on lower Kla- 
math r., about 12 in. below the mouth of 
the Trinity, in n. California. It was 
the only place in Yurok territory, besides 
Loolego, at which a fish dam w^as erected 
across the river. 

Akharatipikam.— A. L. Kroeber, infn, 1904 (Karok 
narae^. Capel.— Gibbsin Schoolcraft, Ind. Tribes, 
111,138, 1853. Cap-pel.— McKee in Sen. Ex. Ooc. 4, 
32d Cong., spec. sess., 161, 1853. Kai-petl.— Gibbs, 
op. cit. 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt. 1, p. b>74 , 1907 




Ke^ pel , Kepel : Polikla name for their village on south 
side Klamath nearly opposite mouth of Cappell Creek. - 
T, T. \iaterman,Yur'ok Geography, Univ. Calif . , Pubs. ' 
Amer. Arch, ci Ethnol. , Vol. 16, No. 5, pp. 206, 248 oc 



maps opposite po. 226, 246, May 31, 1920. 

Kepel. —Kroeber. fldbk Ind3 Calif, vc 8,10,11, map p 9. 
1925 ■ X. » » ±> i^ , 

Hop -pah name, Ta^t ejsad i rr; , ^jhich see. 
Karok_ n-?me, ^Vivunai , 'vhich s- e. 



See Ka-pe^: 

See also Tavuesadin.^., Aavunai 



Kah-hoo-tin-Qiruls; 



' Ke^ per 

'Sfiiftar: Given by Waterman as Polikla name for town in 
New River Shasta" Territory on South Pork Salmon 
giver.— T. T. Waterman, Yurok Geography, U. C. Pubs. 
Jthnol., Vol. 16, No. 5, p. 188 & map 2, No. 28, 
May 31. 1920. ^ ^ * 

lifilfi..— The distance above Porks of Salmon on Waterman's 



map corresponds fairly well with the npsition of the 
Kah-hoo'-tin-e^ruk village Tah^h-i>vah^^ nea 



ville. - c>»w^. 



r Cecil- 



Kepero r 



Poliklan 



Kepero ^r . Ke 
on south SI 



eror- Polikla name for their former village 
amath 1/4 mile above mouth of Metah 
Creek.— T. T. Waterman. Yurok Cieqgraphy, Univ. Calif. 
Pubs. Aner. Arch. & Ethnol.. Vol. 16, No. 5, pp. 206, 
245, and map opposite p.. 238, Mav 31, 1920. 



Kepexau or Cuepexau 



Kep exau or Cuepexau : Pancheria mentioned in Book of Bap' 
tis/ns and also inT^ook of Deaths, San Miguel B/is*5ion. 
MS, 1792-1862. 



See also Quepexau 



•Kerk 



/ ^ 



=lBh 



' Ker~e: Polikla name for their village on 
Klamath Kiver about 2 miles from mouth 

Given me by i?'rank Isles, a full 
xKequa. — ct^Byv..^, 



Crow. 



south side 

Named afterfceV 

blood from 



i« 



■Ahmb^-m. 



Vs^^vw cvAK^\wX\\«Lv 



rouw^^ 





Uw^L^Ov. ^^5L 





0] 



Kern River : "i\ small group of Indians occupying a porti 
of tho valley of Kern River, in Kern Ocunty, Cal. ^^'or 
Many years a portion has been located on the iHile River 
Reservation. The number enumerated in 1910 was 105." — 
Dixon, Census of 1910: Indian Population in U.3. u 
Alaska, p. 97';;^U915. 

Kern River : Dixon, Preliminary Bulletin, Census of 1910: 
Indian Population, p. 16, publip.hed June 26. 1913. 

[OVER] 




Ke rn Rive r Ind^jans: Mentioned in War of Rebellion 
:e cords. Series 1, Vol. 50, PUl, p. 211, 1897* 




[OVEE] 



Ke.Wv'KVv^x- ^Wo^Wo-vve.o^VLS 



Tw\> ,>^ ^l oW *1 OLV\ 

Kern Biver Shoshoneans. A small Sho- 
shonean group in s. California which dif- 
fers so much linguistically from all other 
peoples of this family as to form a major 
division, although numerically insignif- 
icant. It includes the Tubatulaba 1 , who 
occupy the valley of Kern r. above tlTe falls, 
and the CauJialaiiUi of upper Deer cr^*^"^ 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt. 1, p. ^/^, 1907 



Kern Valley Indians 



TAo^^IoV<2^^ ^'^ 



Merriam, Science NS, XVII, p.826, May 22, 1903, 



^jL5i>.T(V-V.(>v>y.<lb\jjL"^Tv^V<k'\:Q.V^V<LV5. . 



_/ 



Ker-ril-0-la-lah 



- / 



Kom-lak-ke 



K 



-ril-c-la-le h: Name apolied by Horn- la k 
to their village on ?outh side' of 31der 
Paskenta rancher ia. - avL 



Vdntoon 

ke of Paskenta 
Greek, north of 






^ 



\vv 




-how 



Ko'nomehQ , 



Shaatan 






jCe-shah^ ye 



Kahchiah 



Pomoan 



'fer^T^iT^H^^ ^;g ^^^ ^heir former 
^ mi S oTTlantation- Told me by members 

'kicaixir- Barrett, 237f 1908. 



village about 
of tribe.-- i=J*^ 



See also kicaiyi 



Keshlaknhni a 



Lutooamian 

Keahlakchuis {Ke^sh-ldktchuwh ) . A for- 
mer Modoc settlement on the s. e. side of 
Tule (Rhett) lake, Modoc co., n e. Cal. — 
Gatschet in C-nt. N. A. Ethnol., ii, pt. 1, 
xxxii, 1890. ^ . ' . 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt. 1, p, ^76, 1907 



Kesh-Laktchuiah 



Modok 



Lutuamian 



- Keah -La ktchuia h: Given by Oatschet as Modok oarnpirK 
^\L?ice on southeagtern aide of Tule Lake. --'A. S . Ga ts chet 
lama th Indians. Contr. N. Amer. Ethn. , Vol-2, Pt.l, pj 



See also Keshlakchuis 



<• > 




gonomahQ 



Shaaiaa 



KfijaJLLJi, KgakiL: Given by Waterman as Polikla name for 
town in "Karok7 Territory on Salmon River (p. 188) 

i?^4.?^2^\^^.^^^ ^P S^ ^^ ^^^*^ side of junction of 
South fork with mam Salmon.— T. T. Waterman, Yurok 
Geograghy U. C. Pubs- Ethnol. Vol. 16, No. 5, p.l88 
. & map g, No. 27, May 31, 1920. • ^ 

Sote: The location shown by Waterman is in the verv 
center of Konomeho Territory.- 




Keskitsa 

Ke3kit3a: Given by Kroeber 
We _ t] k;vau" , near mouth of 
map. — Kroeber, Hdbk Ind3 



Polikla 

a 3 •* suburb of " Rekw oi and 
K 1 3jma. "ih ; not 3 Ro"'.vh"'"b n his 
Calif, p 10, 1925 



See Ke3tit3a 



Ke Bmal i 



Chuiy>aBhan 

Kesmali {Kes-md-li). A former village 
of the San Luis Obispo Indians of the 
Chumashan family, at Ft Sal, San Luis 
Obispo CO., Cal. — Schumacher in Smith- 
son. Rep. 1874, 340, 1875. - . 

Handbook Am, Indians 
Pt. 1, p. 6/d> , 1907 



Kes-mS-li 



Chumashan 



Kes"j^]a"li.»--Site of a fomer rancheria exulored by 
Schumacher m 1874, a short distance inland^frorr Point Sal. 

^^^^-"foS';^^^^'^^ ^^X"" ^^-^1 SchuTiiacher. ReT:t. Smithsonian Inst 
for 1874, pp. 340, 545, 547, and map. jT. 356, 1B75. [mis- 
print Ke_s-mi&-ti , V. 542J . ^ -t 



^T f 



* K^ s-mem 



MnbJLsk-Jie 



Win to on 



T^„/ 




'Koc,mem: Name applied ^jjom-l^^ 
their villageN ^uth of ^±x^ 



^ erwood Gr^ ek NVl of 

\\hich Vas^'^^out midway between 
Kenleyville) — c*4s4.cw^ , 



ke of Paskenta to 
\ end li u i ' t i l of Thor?r 
oirl Paskenta.rancheria 
orrsent ??;skenta and 



*K^&'-^OLk. 



CJ—T-rTTST 



7T-:73 



■)'>A«.-v:^ rw>L.;iv 



H 



0V/nJ3|v>sJ^w^s>^ 



^IfVt e.' vMoJk(j»- VwaJJJj^' Vvv e vwv -v/^V. / 



V^^^ 



\N>«CV^ 




(X^ Jv-^ A/viUN-'-v- Plvo^Vylx V-Q-^j ttA.%/^ 5/kvLli^ 




P^9J ^1U,£. , 




^■.^:!/xJU 



1 



^'V^>-^--<LkX "Vcx^j 



^ 



LxA. 



^t^x\^^ 






/ 



Kes-tah-che 



,-che 



. / 



Settenbiden 



Athapaskan 



«Mi» 



Kes-tah 
Sca-ah 
River 
Creek, 



hi 



for 
nea 



Nanie given me by Hur x2:-ff;ah=^ Set-ten-bi-den 
their former village "on east side main Eel 
ly opposite (a little above) mouth of Jewett 



Kestitsa 



Polikl 



Kestitsa : Polikla name for their village on south side of 
mouth of Klamath River.— T. T. Waterman, Yurok Geography J 
Univ. Calif. Pubs. Amer. Arch. & Ethnol., Vol. 16, No. b. 
p. 227. May 31. 1920- 



See also Keskitsa 



ClGLKtV.\\W 



K^ AqlK- V>^(kW- \wv^w 




^ 







CH»>s.s 



i^'tfmt 



^<5.\^vcwvo'' 






'>-^^ ^'7 



h 4.^. 



l< o:j cl:v 











>. -» 



' OevvOLVvo'' 






^^AxJi^^Vjudtovv-O-^-o^ 




;:bu3^ 






"llti^j,,^ \c<^'--\:q^vv--a->woQ 



AMCfciN^_ 



:fc^^-^^^^'^^^-AA.^x^ o..,^':fcu_ .^:^x.os,'Tt;:JjL^ : tx.ou o^, ou-v^ ^jb^^. 



'^^^^'^X^ Xj^ ^^fetotxw^.*_,^^^^JL^ 



KW-W'^A^^-VoLvw . 




C^-XX^ik^ JW»\A^^ ^_J!*i:5=<;^i*-<J>Ov^ CV rW.^/\ 







H 



9L/^^^^- 



^^>::^^^^^-^x\ Qcw e \w.a^\l i^ Kt ^^ ^V ^h l^ Uoi [w^Cv ^. 



S K ft ^ K <■ «■ :. 0, -Vx 



K^~ i:ar>fv- QjVw.^ 'Vn Q - V.\xjwv. {^^^ V. ^'~ t a.W^ yy. p, > \vxNio. (X.V- Voivn.' ) "•^■R.X-tO^^vo^; 




>♦! TjM^^v- 



*V^5->s^.^/«_»osAxi v'VJk-MoOvA) 







3m^ a>:JAk\ jk^o 













X»Jbl.»^-fiMyf3U.. T^-'^t^ 






HoW - N-->^ :U. X^ e^^^^iiJ. 



K\ V - ckft,- MU- (o» k<i.\cU- ^-11*^) I'tV-*. ^ko<iLV.l 



'VxA.V^v^ 



^OV-TX-o^'KvOvx.tt-^k^ t'Wv.%V'^'^VlV<-W- 0^ 1^ l<.N>Axi-b Vo-lUvj 6vxUJU^,.^'Vv>.ll\ ^X>JJ.«-V..-" S.,, 



See al 30 Ka-chi-e, Kechayi 



»^ 



Ketch- ing keah-hahng 



Ketcli-irvs: keah- 



Athaioaskan 




<«w^ 




: To- chi I'-pe keah Jiahng (-Kahto) 

lb" 



apaskan tribe from Usal^ Creek northerly 



name lor uoast 

Told me by Bill Rey, a full blood To>chil-pe keah hi 

The Oo-ko-ton-tel-ka appear to have, two names for the 
Yo-aawl— Qo-ko-nek'-kah ajid She- show-che , and state that 



the Yo-sawl people call themselves Yo-aawl • ~ 

The To-cho-be keah call the Yo-aawl ^ Chaw>ken-na-che .--g^>w 



^.l^ f 






L 



V/^^^i^'Vx-O 






.w. 











\\LWLs^awvojL>j ^ ^ 



Ket-te de-he 



Wintoon 



'le^^^teM^: fencheria o;i Sacramento RiverTat Princeton 
^^.11 \% ^^^ ^K "/l^ ^^ Kah-chii. al«o by Jack Fra^o'^r 

full-blood Mitch 6pdQA»LC*uv.s ^- ^ ' 




See also Ket-tee 



e-tel 

e-tel: Lolah nkok 
to Yager Creelc . 




neune for' tribe from Bridgeville northerly 
Conflicts vvith Yah- ken -nes' . wliich see. — 



^-\vo^K- ^Wq- 



UfllA-Os^ 







^ 




iKe. A Y^(d;cLW- «.u V L^v W-Vx-eJk- <i\<L) _ 



^'^Mji vVoO" Wcw-x^vAJ^M W 



'^^Ji.iu^- 



'VoLK^^o^(^^^<y^_ ( l^MJocjjk^ 






JoVv^i; 



J(>OU^vn/^'aZ^ A^^«0 J. 



\ I Wq^W t-W , - C^^^^ ■ W-OLor3o,\'^03. 




^eA-'te.Q^ 



VQjtvvi^ 



VVv-^ 




\>-Jl5Up^ 






vC,K,^,^iO^/\^ 




\Hl\v\;oo\v 



I4^v::-.JL^ 







. Ma.^^ {^ v::^^. w^.^^, — ^. - ^-^-^SUiuov^^-iW.lWv., 



\^u5bu^,3o, mi. 



See Ket-te de-he 




:Reii (T, 



•KeunhJRhk^^.ni 




Keuchishkeni (Ke-xdc/iisIiXf^^ni, 'where 
the wolf rock stands ' ) . A former Modoc 
camping place on Hot cr., near Little 
Klamath lake, n. Cal.— Gatschet in Cont. 
N. A. Ethnol., ii, pt. 1, xxxii, 1890. 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt. 1. p. ^7^, 1907 



Ke-utohiahWni 



Modok 



"W- -^ ^^ 



•Ke-utchisljheni: Given by Gatschet 
on Hot Creek near Lower Kla:rath 
KlajTiath Indicins, Contr. N, Amer, 
p.XTXii, 1890. 



Lu tuam ian 

as Modo k campirg place 
Lake,—XS. Gatschet. 
Ethn. . Vol,2,Pt,l, 



See also Keuchishkeni 



*We.\NeoL.VuS Im^j^ 



1^4^ 




. A.->-^k^i 



j^M |v^i^n,5Hj, im. 




\we 



&\ 






Kesel 



J^ 



C>(J.^'Ar 



01 



onosnonean 



iewe_l: one of two Lt. Cc-huilla villcw.ts at Old Santa Rosa 
^^'^^-'Sf^ ^^' '^-9^^ ^^^^^^' Canyon. Other called Kclwovukut 
Ma^^ *^"1^2^^ "' ' ''^^^^^^^^^^^^ Soc.in Southern Cidif. jpp 1^6, i^^ 



Kewi 




Yahnfi ] !^ 





The 
Vol 



g.: ^ahna village at Wat iron Mt 
lana Indians, Univ, Calif. Pubs. 
13, Llap 1, 1910. 



m 

Am. 



T. Waterman, 
-Arch, (i iiithn. , 



^^^^ ^ --^ - Yokat 

Kleyau: Bokninuwad place name south of Deer Creek east of 
526!"l9l5f * ' ''^''' "'ibk.Ind3.Calif..480.map ofp. 



Wg.-HW-< .V\c.. 



Oo-W 



VA^'Wv- Vv- Vw 



Wk^e^vw 








lUW^^^^oL-^ 





VKJ>-«,.C5^ ^i-LAos. ^^^^il^JL 



KOliL 



liA^jui^ \5.^^j^ ^l^vijjjg^ aJL.*--^^ 





Called ' Chinch by the To-chil-De keah hahn g UKahto).-s;^ 



See also Che-yin-se > Oo-koin-nQm. Y uke 

h-Kn 



KhciarnotoriG 



* <, 






V 



i<i 



KhnbfiTnflfiQlil 



Atliapaskan 



1 



Khaamotene. Given, seemingly in error, 
as a subdivision of the Tolowa formerly 
dwelling at the mouth of Smith r., Cal., 
in the village of Khoonkhwuttunne, ^nd 
at the forks in avillage called Khosatunne. 

fta'-a-mo' te'-ne.— Dorsey in Jour. Am. Folk-lore 
III, 236, 1890. Smith River Indians.— Thirt ' 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt. 1, p. (^;^/ , 1907 



{ 



Fomoaft 

Khabemadolil. A Porno village on up- 
per Clear lake, Cal.— Kroeber, MS., Univ. 
Cal., 1903. <^7' 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt. 1, p. (^77, 1907 



Khabenapo 



_ Pomoan 

Khabenapo Ct^tonevillage', or 'stonepeo- 
ple' ). A Porno division or band on Kel- 
sey cr., in Big vallev, on the w. side of 
Clear lake, Cal. They numbered 195 in 
1851. '^/7-y 

Ca-ba-na-po.— McKee (1851) in Sen. Ex. Doc. 4. 
82d Cong., spec, .sess., 13(i, 18.53. Habe-napo.— 
Gibbs (1851) in Schoolcraft, Ind. Tribes, in, 109, 

1853. Ha-bi-na-pa.— McKco. pp. cit. Ka-bi-na- 
pek.— Powersin Cont. N.^r/ElRnol.. iii. '204, 1877. 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt. 1, p. l,}^^-S, 10^7 






^Mj. ' 






\_}}y<ijU^^Uju^,J^ 










a^'^.^W V Aa ^W^^ 5^«s.Q^ iv^oic. . 



K\voJ 



(XVVlCLV) o 



Chen-po-sel 



\Nv\v\: 



OOVv 



^-MLjU^a^ 0ilja./wJI ^Ia-OVOs^ ^lxJui2<^ . A^aXv-'^k. L«..^^x»^ LpJWj^ . — ' T oV^O XWlOLJv 



."Utv^-AkI^ j^ CWjtU-w Z,*fct\ 



a:^. - Vs XoA^ A)-u . -.^^^^-^rr 



Khinapo: "Spelling changed to Khainapo in reprint t^=^= 

CarTPurdy-,- The Pomo Indian Baskets and. their Makers, 
Land of Sunshine, p. 444, Dec. 1901, 



Sjtxoi.^ KoJv~\vo^Y'0 i k'hi'TicLp 



cldo • 





thapaskfln 



- Mhpa|can name for a "Vovot'^ village site on 
North rork bad :^iver, on cast side and about I-t miles 
east of Liscom Hill. '*Name said to refer to an eddy at 
the^base of a waterfall."—!. L. Loud, Ethnopeo^rapRy 



9 



Archaeology of the T/iyot Territory, Univ. Calif. Pubs. 

Am. /irch. ci; n.thn. , 7ol. 14, p. 291, 1918. (3ite AG on 
accompanying map. ) 

[This village was not in -iixoi, but in V/hilkut territor^^ 



Kiiakaiainm. 



iiomoa n 

Khakaiauwa. Said to he ji coUeotivi^ 
iiHiiu' for the Poino villav;«'H on tippor 
(Mcnr lake, ( ;al.— Kn.clx'r, MS., Ilniv 



Cal., I'.Kt;; 



Handbook Am. Indians 
Ft. 1, p. ^7^, 1907 



VvWW 



Lw^UtKO- Uft.Ww.\llik 



Vl 



yVvv 



iw^AJOLATJ^ ^ 



V\jsaj»jU>js^^ ^ 




-^v^ Gu-ULtoo^ ^ Ko'ULflk^a.ll^vv.'^^C vf. MMflLXAoo^ \t4Jbuu. 







♦^ 







' Vv\voo^oJVc:)\xs 



\i 




^ V 



^ i^^-><>N^>^>^ Xk^s Akx 'V^g^wC\;:^.^.^.o^ 



dW 



tViS> 



''Bancroft (after 







). Native Races, I, '453, 1874, 







^ ^ cJU^V ^\\^\f ^ MnV>P.TcL WoAo v (o A, Q .TciWoL\A^v>o.-\cWoVl.a^ , <Vo\a^>,^s 



Khana 



Fomoan 

Khana (I'omo: 'on the water', or 'on 
[Clear] lake'). A term which seems to 
have been descriptively applied to the 
l*omo of Clear lake, Cal. Bartlett ( 1 854 ) 
gives a H'hana vocabulary, which is 
Porno, as coming from the upper Sacra- 
mento, but obtained it from a stray Pomo 
at San Diego. *>?^ 

H'hana.— Bartlett in Cont. N. A. Ethnol., in, 492, 
1877. Khana.— S. A. Barrett, infii, I'JOd. 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt. 1, p. 6>y^, 1907 



^«5^ OLQ_,.<^HVo^v>.g^ 



v^vS^LVvo 






iv^vtw. ^(^wotl(X. 



V 



Khawina 



Pomoan 

Khawina ('on the water'). The name, 
HI the Upper Clear Lake (haleet, of the 
Lower Clear J.ake Tonio villajje at Sul- 
phur Bank, Lake co., Cal. — Krocber, 
MS., Univ. Cal., 1903. ^7"^ 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Ft. 1, p. ^;^, 1907 



>• 




Uj).^v..o^ ^^^^-^^w^uC^cj^C^^ u_.i.^J. Xm^ LjuJotxvCx Ivv^ XUiu.«.-^<-JLoLii -- k3W*jl>sis>^. 


^Jl-^*-iX.>Vv^^s^k.^^ i^-x!^^ 


• 


( 
^ 








« 




• 


m 


%^ix^ (lLca. CiV^^cWaV/v i^Vv^«.c\v ,^\ve,s\v . WVxelsW . 


1 1 1 


1 





(( 



oM^Os^ "KjdClfcouj^^ 








% " ' • 





4^ <>^W-tiuWe^e,W. GcW^sV 




lv.Vvt.cW ixvv^ ^ Week QL\vv 



KV\.e.8)W 



u 



«^ V. •» ^.-w. 






Kjv^-Oooos. jL^i:^3u^ dbui;:?^: ~tx>^ 




V»-^ja-o 







V-V^Xi^\\^0 









. ~!a>J»j\ ^JrCJiU^-.^.xuX\-" 




^jov^vx^jC^^laxciVvCk^X^vvv^tVcx V 




"^•HoX-VOv , \«"Lq,'KOM\Q,^"?.^Q>\OM\o^. 



Khinapo , 



Chen-pO'sel 



V/iiitoon 



\o-i 



Khina£o: Aivarrie used for the tribe alon- Cache Creek.— 
TarT. curdy, Porno Indian Baskets and" 'their Makers. 
Land of Sunshine, p. 444, Dec. l^^Ol. 

Spelled- Khainaxio in^2nd ed. , p. 9, 1902. 



5 <2.e «-lso \CKoJcirvoa>o 



7 



K\v\^i 



\NVw 



liV 



) 



HUl 



KU-t 



\Wv.W 



^^^vw.l 




Q^..<J^ jLa^/w)^ 0^ XxifeU v-%>Xi^ &i.^OY^ 



OOYL 






X^ 



T^os. w^ KWU^ ' 





.Stiyws>Nhs^ C ^l^^UvLS cLoK.aloL&0 . 



T^^fO> » ^a^^-XnX ^ jLiljJJ.uos^ 



-^ 



CK 



£>-K>^ 



(ILXkdAcK ""^J^^^^a^^vj^^^ ciLjlAJC'vJl^ - iX^^E^xaCj^^ 









J'>^ <.>^Jo^ 




:^^bj 




^~ I'^tL^. 'SP^^ -kwoL^Kl^ A 




VlHUl.'Ul 



"^p^^itA^^-Vw^4W*-? 



JL^^^j^ 



-*-^ 



^^-fta^j-v-^u^A^ i^e^U^c^fte^WtX- ^"^^^i^ 




KhoaleV 



Pomoan 

Khoalek. A Poino village on upper 
Clear lake, Cal.— Kroeber, MS., Univ. 
Cal., 1903. '^yf 

Handbook Am, Indians 
Pt. 1, p. 6 7f, 1907 



Kh6kwo>siltin-tir] 



SMriallkteJjlik 



KhOkwo-siltin-tin: Athap ascan name for a ^^ V/iyot -^ f Pah-t 
mhiJ village site on south side of Idad River, east of 
V^arren Oreek.--.L. L. Loud, Ethno^^eography & Archaeolopy 
the Wiyot Territory Univ. Calif. Pubs, in M. Arch. ¥ 
Ethn., Vol. 14, p. 290, 1918. 

"A flat prairie with one big redwood log to which the 
name refers."— Ibid, ft. note p. 290, 1918. 

-^ite U on accompanying map. 



of 



Kh5kwo-t5che-ten 



Atbapaskan 



Kh5kwo~tache-ten ! Athapascan name (meaning "redwood*?- 
place) for "second village a'nove Canon Creek on the north 
east side of the [Mad] river, position not definitely lo- 
cated.- — L. L. Loudy Ethn oleography 6c Archaeology of the 
Wiyot Territory, Univ. Calif. Pubs, in Am. Arch. & Ethn., 
Vol. 14, p. 291, 1918. 



Klic onklr;m i tunne 



A-ohapaskan 

..^^^i^^^i^^rittnnne. A former village of 
the Tolowa at the mouth of Smith r 
Cal.; mcorrect y j^Mven hv Doreey as a 
Khaaniotene villajre. ' 

Qo-on'-qwuHun'ne.— J)()rsey in loiir Am v^u 
loro.^ iir, 236, 1890 (Tututni nan oi o^ ^"'^'" 
kqwut.-Ibid. (Xultuiine name) ^- ^""^'^n'- 

Handbook Am. Indians 
•Pt. l,p. ^7^, 1907 



KliGsatunne 



Ao}iaj)askan 

Khosatunne. A former village of the 
Tolowa on the forks of Smith r., Cal., 
near the Oregon line. 

ft'o'-sa ?un'ne.— Dorsey in Jour. Am. Folk-lore, in, 
236, 1890 ( Tututni name). Qwai'-s'a-a'-tun —Ibid 
(Naltunnename). 

Handbook Am, Indians 
Ft. 1, p. (^7/, 1907 



S 



c^so QV so. \^t<.xy.^, Q 



WO. -SOL-GL 



"tvJCYX, 




0\JL>VV 



_h\e.\K^Vo 







ha 



^31 Ol\\\ 




^i.^^Njs>jK-j^^ 




^Bancroft (tiftm 





'), Nat ive Races 






f 



^^A^-^^X^v^ -^JS^^Ak^ ivsO^.,^.JI^ 



1.-455. 1874. 




COVv^v^ 



? 



-^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^l-^^^^^^ 



Kliulpu2ii 



r>n^^ P ^ • ^ ^^^'"^^ CholovoiK' village 
on lower San Joaq ui n r. , Cal ^ 

^i,i* 1* ^"^P"nes.-Kotzebue. New Vox 146 ic^n' 
•Khoulpouni—Choris, Voy. Pitt. 5, 1822:' ' 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt. 1, p. ^^o^ 1907 




H wV b V.'V'- V\ ^ ^HooVbooVsl-\v^, 




Kah-chi-ah 



Pomoan 



Khwakhama^u. TIih Ponio wlio lived, 
about Ft Koss, tlth early KusMiaii mfle- 

ment on the coast in Sonoma co., Cal. 
The origin of the name is not known. 

^ / '• / (s. A. B.) 

Chwachamaju.— Wrangell, Ethnol.Nach., 80, 1839. 
ChwacKmaja.— Ludewig, Aborig. Lang., 170, 1858. 
Khwakhamaiu.— S. A. Barrett, inf n, 1905. North- 
erners. — Ibid. Severnovskia. — Ibid. Severnovze. — 
Ibid. Severnovzer.— Ibid. Severnovzi.— Ibid. 

Handbook Ara. Indians 
Ft. 1, p. ^^o /, 1907 



Khwaklamayu 



^«^ 



Kah- chi-ah 



roiioAn 



Khwaklamayu. — Latham, ^rans^f hilolog.^oc.Iond^ , 77, 

Powell* Linguistic Families, p. 87, 1891) • 



x\ 



185f) (quoted by 
C 



'>.*wf\i •^•'' 



-5^' 



3 



c^ 



K^c^k 



See also Khwahhamay u > CVvvviOi-'=-«>-J>'VvCv\u^ 



Khwakhlainayu 



Kahchiah 



Pomoan 



Khwakhlajfnayu« >Latham (after Baer's Beitrap-e) 
Phililog. Soc. London, VI, 79, 1854. 



Proc. 



See Kwakamayu > 



T /-^ 



• Mivmn rgnunme 



ii 



Wvok 




KjXx 



Khwunrghunme. Seemingly the Tolowa 
name of a Yurok village on the coast of 
California, just s. of the mouth of Kla- 
math r. 

Kar-a-qu-ni-me'-ne tun'-ne.— Dorsey, Chetco MS. 
vocab., B. A. P:., 188, 1884 (Chetco name). Kal- 
hwun'-un-me'-e-ni te'-ne.— Dorsey, Smith River MS. 
vocab., B. A. £., 1884. awun-rxun' -me. —Dorse y in 
Jour. Am. Folk-lore, in, 237, 1890 (Naltunne 
name). 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Ft. 1, p. ^8/ , 1907 



Ki 



PCHOAU 



KTi'.— 



Ifeane. App. Stanford *s i^omp. (Centv^^^and So. /jn.}» 476, 1878 
(quoted by Towell. Lin^iatic Families, p. 87, 1891) ♦ 



1<. V - Vv^ \<.0.\ ^ WxJ^ ^ Kal-rwx/ 






We- 3 hum' t^t^-tah 




^A^^-^lXjo^ <yP Vv5^^.Clt^ lo^ 



UbK.- 0lwC^;_\n: 







ax^^li^.^i,,,,^^, ^-^^t^,|v-l?^4.llllS6^^ 






>rft. 



♦Ki-a~\7Gt-ni 



Yo-kut stock 



Tribe at Porterville, Tulare Co. ,• Calif. 
•Pov/ers, Tribes of Calif, p 370, 1877, 



Kiawetni ; "Kiawetni (Tule River at Porterville) .•»— Powell. Lin^is 

tic Families, p. 91, 1891. [Tribe of ^ariposan family.] 



Kiawetnau 



^c.Ww:V 



Kiav/etnau. The Yokufcs na/rie of the territory about 

Porterville, Gal. G-iven by Powers ^ (Cont* N, A. Eth- 
nol., Ill, 570, 1877) as the name of a tribe (Ki-a- 

Y/et-ni, which lacks the locative suffix -au) . 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt. l,p.dS>, 1907 



Kv-<^-VM<t 



VM<t - "KV. 



Kiawitnau 



Yokut 



.Kiawitnau : Koveti (?) name for their territory, extend- 
ing over swampy sloughs of Tule River from Forterville 
down,— Kroeber. Hdbk. Inls^Calif. .482. 1925. 



Kibbe Indians 



<m' ■» 



Wintoon 



Kibbe Indians: Teni:i ar/plied to Indians oaotured by 
t 



;ren. XibFe in vicini'ly of Teimra, and Colusa, and 
baken fir^t to Mendocino County and later to the Klarrath 
Reservation.— San Francisco Weekly Herald, Ilay 17,1860^ 
also June 7. I860,. 






)\iWo^bCvsk.^VL 




^A.^<I/vo5h ^^^....^JL ^ U^, UU. 



L.U. "CJIw.-^^ [^4^^ 




i kjC*:\.keAi 



'-^ica^iyl (- k^-^UW'-e^^^j Kah-chi-ah 



±'OIDO 



ern 



Old village of "River Division" Pomo, Southwest 

dialect, abont I/2 ml. SE of Plantation. 

From kica ^, sea gull, and yl, ?. 

Barrett, Univ. Calif. Pubs., ^ vol. 6, 237, Feb. 1908 



See Ka-Bhah-ve 



Kichainawi 



Yokut 



iKichainawi or TCeclie%ali : Plural forms of Kechayi, tribe 
on S bank San Joaquin "for some miles above f'^i-^lf.^Jon . 
Villages were Kochovu k Kowichkowicho . — Kroeber,Hdbk. Inda 
Calif. . 481. 1925. 



See Ketch-a-ye 



■Vt CXJVyv q ^^\vtL\vc 



OLYU 



(VAaa-O'^ 






KjvMJ'>-*^>s> 1 'oJ^ja-^jK-^^.x/osfli/vs^ 



-^^^pi^. \^\ \^01. ^~fc^ W^sup^. . \^^>-^WolWvV.nmOl^v(X OlV,V. it4) 



K v^W^( C^(^v j^UW) 'Kkc ie. wl W.a.^1 CclUo -^^ 



tVVa 



V 



a. 



UcvvQ^^l Olson ^ CUvv c~iL^o\^\y 1^ HolVlv*. Qu>v..*^>.u^ * ^ vv;:vi.c<^u^. 5?oJn3 



S.^ cJU^ l'^^ ^W^ ^ 1^^'^Wq. -Lw^"l-v.i s^WO *^ S^.cL^JUp 



I 

Ki-che-be 



Settenbiden 

^■■■W*** -I ^11^ I ■ 



Athapaskan 



■i-che-be : Name given me by NurvQ;-^ah= Se1>ten-bi-den 

^^-ah for their fomer large village on Mad River at 
site of present store at Puth.— ^^^^^^vv,^. 



Ki chew en 



Chumashan 



Kichewen-— Former rancheria on Santa Rosa Island at 
harbor.^ Spanish spellir^ given by educated halfbreed 



lary San Buenaventura larg 
844, Bureau Ethnology. 



t 



MS 



See also Hits-tco-won, Hitschowon 



X-Vv-VvVwUlKk 



Kjc hg yu 




Cvi.Aw 



Shoshonean 



K JQhe y u ; ''According; to the Yokuts, the Endimbich held 
Uunlap, which was called Kicheyu .^-Kroeber^ Shcshonean 
JJialects of California, Univ. Calif, fubs. M. Arch. ^ 
Ethn., '/ol. 4, p.^U21, 1907. 



ic^.eyu:. "/n Enbimbich village, Kicheyu (now 

Fresno county) " --i^.. H. r4..vrton7 Ghost D-nce of 
Central C^ilif . ,p. 6^, '72 , ?fer. 51 , 1930. 



Dun lap, 
1B70 So 



^^yCbt^ 



Noirt^U ^i^^-^^^^.X.kc^i: ke^cko^^v 




^ ®^Vv^ 00./V>^ 5vAJJ<^OA^ T^-O^j. 



«^^^ 






C^*t~^ 



6ee 



^ 



t den u^ 



Kicii^rJtsa 



• 

Mi tchoDdo 




Midoo 



Ki-dak:uto: Mitchopdo najne for their former villa^e^-short 



distance (say t mile) east of their village Sap^se 
labout i mile SE of Dayton and 5i miles sout h of Ch ico) 
Told me by Jack Frango, full-blood MitdiOEdo . — cj/tvv^ 



Kidjeholin-tin 




-te-liLk; 



Iddieholin- tin: Athapascan name for an archaeological site 
at the mouth and on the north side of Mad River, "used in 
1850 as a ^^ V/iyot ** r Pah~to~wa ht1 village or camp site. — 
L. L. Loud, Ethno geography ^Archaeology of the Wiyot 
Territory, Univ. Calif. Fub. in Am. Arcn. & Ethn., Vol. 14, 
290, 1918. 



P 



Site 4 on accompanying map- 



* « 



See also Kolikerae 



zen 



village 



on Redwood 



Athapaskan 
GreekXjJU-^ 



■Hoilot'ha or h'V/ilkut 

Kailu^ta'din C Ki-lQoh/w-ta*-dl2Tgl >>> "Chilula'' name mean- 
irjg "willo7»rs among place**, said to have been lai^e village 

on W side Redwood Creek, about 1/4 mile S of village of 
Littcu>iiinnau>Hdin [Klit-tshoo-h'win-now^i'^-dir^] . (Middle 

""^ ^ ^^ly^fe^ Township 7 N. Range 3 E]-- P.E. 

ZUtrv. oi^^if. , Pubs. /mer. Archaeol. & Ethnol. 
Vol. 10 No. 6. p. 275';''April 1914. 




See also Kailuyita'din , Kciiiuhvvtahdin 



o 



./ 



Vcl ~ ^-UoOvJ- VVlQiAv 



V/e-shum tat- tab 



T 



OVv.0 






^v\1oJ^.< 









tkv^^ 



See- We-shum' tat-tah - 



•KV-e- 



-^ 



UVA.\ i^W t> 






'5-Ji..^t 



r 



VNlW-XVtU 






n 



iPX^-'^- QM^^^x^v^-t^ . 




Kiggrp:Q(iolil, KigdergSdoIti Soo-lah- te-lnV 

Simt village or camp site at the mouth and on north 
side ot /an Duzen River.-- -L. L. Loud, EthnoReopraphv & 
Archaeology of the Wiyot Territory, Univ. Calif. Pubs, in 
fm. Arch, cc Ethn. , Vol. 14, p. 288, 1918. 

Site BD on accompanying map. 



K.V 



vv 



5uUL "K\> 



1 







Ci.^ 



§)^R_ V..i.) 



V 




c 



OU^ 



\>jJc^JuzM^ ^^-JLSL 










mLjUO^ — — A-Ok 







^X>V Jt-i-^uijJtCAio^jbUK JLft>A*A..- CAM** 






jj "JZU ^j».^v^ IuJUIaX To'VvflKva. *-tvAj.*v<> 







LOV<lt 







6 Vi QLS^ og 




«-^ ^^^^^-^ \c\ \co^'Vs\V^ .e-^ X 



•Kikatsik 

Kikatsik {KV-Jcat-sik). One of the 4 
divisions of the main body of Shasta, oc- 
cupying Shasta valley and Klamath val- 
ley from Hot Springs to Scott r., n. Cal. 
They were early mentioned, under various 
forms of "Autire" and "Edhowe" (from 
Ahotide'e, the Shasta name (»f Shasta val- 
ley), as occupying 19 to 24 villages of 
about 60 inhabitants each, one of which 
was apparently Wiyahawir. There are 
now only a few survivors. (k. b. d. ) 

Autire.— Curtin, MS. vocab., B. A. E., 188.5. t'd- 
?«^M^:;7/?i«r , ?o-te-day.-Steele in Jnd. Aff. Rep- 
1864, 120, 1865(given astheirown name). Id-do-a — 
Ibid, (misapplied to the Iriiwaitsu). 0-de- 
eilah.--Gibbs (1851) in Schoolcraft, Ind. Tribes 
III, 1/1, 1853. 0-de-i-lah. — Mc Kee (1851) in 
ben. Ex Doc. 4, 32d Cong., spec. ses.s., 221, 18.53. 
Yeka.— Steele in Ind. Aff. Rep. 1864, 120, 1865 
(given as proper name of Yreka = ' Shasta butte; ' 
properly Waii'ka). Yrekas. - Taylor in Cal. 
Farmer. June 22. 1860. _ .. ^ _ 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt. 1, p. ^<?7, 1907 



Shastan 



Ki«>kitr-8il ohut^te 



\' > f ? f r 



mah 



VM 



f } '^ ^ ^ 



Pomoan 



'^ Me- tum-mah 



Little Lake Valley) for Sherwood Vallay'^'mfee at head of 
ton^e of Sherwood Valley about 2-1/2 miles northwest froi 
Railroad station. — '*^ 




See also Kaikitsil 



•^ • ■• T» . ». *♦ •• 



' kile»lio 



POKIO 



61 



d camp sit.e of "lake Division" Pomo, ITorthern 



dialect, on v/estern Bhore of Clear lake about I/2 
mi. south of Rocky point at strait connecting Upper 
lake v/ith main body of Clear lake. 
From kile'l, a caved embankment, and yo, under. 
Barrett, Univ. iSfalif. Pubs., vol. 's.^lBS, Feb. 19C8 



See Kaluleo . 



Eilikot'' 



Yukl 



Old village of "Yuki proper", in 7;illiams valley /fe 
or near Williams creek, a,nd alDOve old village of 



T^y 



» Mo'thuyup. 



^b- 3t iJ(W|L 



Barrett. Univ. CaMf. Fnhn..^voT. f.. 2r)3. Kol). 19' n 



K^iliku 



\ukfe 




y(^ 



Yuki 



lower end of Eden valley. - fOx^^uXou^, (^/u^XiXJUu 
Barrett, Univ. Calif. Pubs.,. vol. 6, 256, Feb. 1908 



A 



Kilikunom 



^^^ cxSUv V.^ V \ V \<^U^ 



'Kiliwi 



Yuke an 

' Kilikunom. A division of the Witii 
komnom branch of the Yuki of n Cali 
^o^l"«- (a. l."k.) 

Handbook Am. Indians 
^t. 1, p. ^^^^ 1907 



Yur.ian 

•_Kiliwi. A Yuman J)and of a dozen 
people who furnished Gabb a vocabulary 
when he visited them, in Apr. 1867, near 
Santo Tomas mission, 150 m. n. w. of Santa 
Borja, Lower California. The vocabu- 
lary is published in Zeitschr. f. Ethnolo- 
gic, 1877. The Kiliwi were reported as 
still existing in 1906. 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt. 1, p. ^^s, 1907 



Kiliv/i 



Dialect of Comoyei ^v^j'-'*-^^^^'-^^''"^^^'^*'''^'^^^ 






U^V^.(XAU 



Gatchet, ili'chaeology WOieoler Survey, p415, 1879. 



IV 1 1 1 W 1 . 



ITT 



7 i 111. Her 2 eg. 



Vermndtschaft des Yuraas oraC':i- 



sta'-oraes Zeitse]irift fur Etlinolo,<-ie, X, 451,452. 
451-, 45fc,456. 1876. Gcrnpariscn^.f'Tcrds vath ' 



hcse of Aleut. 



>\ 



KiliggiBe 



Kiliwi 



J. N.B.Hewitt (quoting W.Tx.Gabb's Vocabulary, 1867): 
17th Ann.Bept.Bur.Eth.for 1895-96: p. 300*, 1898. 

> — Yuman tribe of northern Lower Calif.— J. P. 

Harrington, Joum. M. Folk-Lore, XXI, 324,1908 

(Speaks of " Kiliwi and Santo Thornas* as same 
tribe or dialect.) 

Kiliwa — C. Daryll Pord. Ethnography TumaJndians 

UniT- Calif. pu^Sb'c.l2, 1S31 




-le-kok 



-Kil-lfi-kok W-flh> 



ipa^ia 




CcH>v^ 



VvV- 1 



h: 



^ 



o'-k 



<l- 



^H 



JwL -\eL- M ajlv^- v^^ ^xM^jjJUXs^ 






^AJ^^C^N^^ 











t*UAv^. 



Kil-le-yo-ke po-koot. — Merriam. Dist.and ClaBBif.of Mewan 
Stock of California, Amer. Anthropologist, IIS IX, p. 355, 
June 1907. 



♦ Kil-mit-ten 



Mewan 




n 



Mev/v/ali rcincheria on N side Merced River in Merced 
Gan^/on. Big rancneri adjust above "Govt. 



^ ^2/biA;^^. 



Ki- 



loo-tshen '-elk-tinp; 



fc 4 



/^ thriraokan 



Ki- 



loo-t3hen-.:-elk-tinp::: 

reeK i rr.iTe 




H'j^ilkut oariip on ea^t side of 



•f 



or leG3 soutn of Xlitch-hoo-e- 
nah'^^''^-tin3, ^^t. on opposite side of Redv/ood Creek. — 



See also Kailuh'.vc he n/re tiding 



e\MOL\. 






L 



V^VS^VlO 



'Iv^ UvKA^o^o yJiwa KawGk\v.ai\-\o^Au. 






^-xo 




Ki -me* 



Kah- kah-mo chunv mi 



POilOAN 



Ki-me': Ncinie of uncertain origin applied by Powers (Kai-rr.e' ) 
to Cloverdale tribe.- V.;_ .. 



dai-me. . - 



Pow 



era, Tribes of Calif., p. 174-^ 185, 1877 



Kaim^: Powell, Linguit^tic Familie.s, p. 88. 1891 



Kaime (Kainrie ) : Barrett 
'hvi • Indians , Pt . 1 , 
eog. Porno, p. 21.'5, 







(after Powers ) . — Handbook 
pp. 642-643, 1907; also Ethno 
1^08. 



Kj.: i^eane, Anp. Stanford's Comp. (Central and So. 
476, 1878 Talso .raoted by Powell, Linroiistic 
Families, p. ^7, 1891} 

See alao Kai-me, Kai-me, Ki , > 



Am.) 



Kimki harasa _ _ __ _ 

Kimki harasa. — Luiseno name for San Clemente Island.— 

Sparknian: Culture of Luiseno Indians. Univ. Calif . 

PubB.Arn.Arcli.& EthiT.Vol.8, 191, Aug. 7, 1908. 



See also Kin kin, kinki, kinkipan, Khesh 



Kimmel-che N oV<.u.^ 

Jedediah S. Smith in describing his return froip Califor- 
nia to Utah overland in 1026-7 says: ^'I rrarehed there- 

V ■ 

fore E. and then N,E. (froR} San Oabriel or San Diego), 
keeping at a distance of 150 to 200 miles from the coas 
I went nearly 500 miles in that direction , ^ . . and 
reached a river v/hich I nam.ed Kimmel-ch e fr 

living on its banks. "—Bancroft, Hist, of CalifTT^III, 
155, 1885. [Note: 



[through some fertile regions ) 
peopled by mainy naked Indians] 



X3U. 



>>/w\N>>^^ 



K-VvvoL^ 1^-Njo-o^. . -H ^i/u,A«->.^ 



Taken by Bancroft from'Les Nouvelles Annales des Voyages' 
which printed a French translation of Srr.ith's letter 
published in Tiissouri Republican, Oct.?. 11 ,1827.] 



S^ji- 



(pver) 



Kimshews 



Midoo 



Kimatews : Mentioned as enemy nei^bors of Concows. — 

Evelyn Hendricks in Oroville Meroury-Resi3ter,Dec,3,1930 



See Nim-ae-we 

See alao: Nim-ahew» Nim-aus 



Kinimel-ch8; Les Houvelleg Annaleg des Voyages 
series, vol. 7, p. 210, 1833 (after Jedtdiah 
letter in MissouriPepublican Oct* 11,18270 



second 
Smith's 






To 



Vno 









A^^«^w>X*^ A 




n^^kAjLo-iLM^ 



_jp^ 










l\ 



^>»-0\lV<-VO 






T-i>JL JKj>w>Jva>'^ 





^ 






*<x:tt«vk 



V^e-^lvu^V.J^1:<U:HrCLk. 



K i n aho n ta hd i ns: 



Hwilkut 



.. Athapa akan 

Klnahontahding : **Chilula" ( H^jvilkut) name for their vil- 
age on east side of Redwood Creek, shown b}^ Kroeber 
about 3/4 mile above Minor Creek. —Kroeber. Hdbk Inds 
Calif, p 138, m:ap x> 138, 1925 



See Ken-n ih-hun-tah-ten 



Kin-a-pui-^ke 



Chumashan 



* Kin~a-pui«ke: Former rancher ia on Santa Barbara Channel 
on Ventura River at mouth. This rancheria was a little 



farther along on the bluffs than Mls-tarpal«wa rancheria 
or slaashter house.-- MS Vocabulary obtained hv H. W. 
Henshaw at San Buenaventura, Nov. 1884. Spanish spelling, 
' Qinapuv.ch . quoted from educated halfbreea. Henshaw also 



usesjspeTTir^ Ki-na-pu-e . — 



San Buenaventura 
Bureau Ethnology. 




H. W. Henshaw, MS Vocabulary 
2 copies) No8. 293 & 844, 



See also Kinapuke, Qinapuy,chi Ki-na-pu-8 



BPK 



Kinapuke 



ChiJtTiashan . 

Kinapuke {Kin-a-pu^'ke). A former Chu- 
mashan village on San Buenaventura r. , 
Ventura co., Cal., near its mouth. — Hen- 
shaw, Buenaventura MS. vocab., B/A. E., 
1884. 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt. 1, p- ^^7, 1907 



Kinauy 



Enna san 



7 



Spanioh nctfriQ fc r r ^anchgria 

' - ' - -- • ^ about 4 leagues mt: of san 



Kinauv: 
Canada ErSoble Caido 



m 




ssion, mentioned in 
by A.Pinart, Bancroft 

See Gruinau 



San Antinio li^ission Books, 
Library, la's • 



TGitinio 
MS Copy 



^ Kinchuv;hikut 



Athapaskan 



Kinchuwhikut ( ' on its nose ' ) . A for- 
mer large Hupa village, the name refer- 
ring to its situation on a point of land on 
the E. bank of Trinity r., Cal., near the 
N. end of the vallev. It is prominent in 
Hupa folk-lore. &?^ (p. e. g.) 

Kintcu!A'huikut.— Goddard, Life and Culture of 
the Hupa, 13, 1903. 

Handbook Am. Indians 

Pt. 1, p. (^/f, 1907 



* King«ke-kaw mung^ab . 



Atliapaskan 



Hoilet^ha or h^Wilkut villa^je on Redwood Greek in Bald 

Hills. -Ti^ ^vvo. L, W\M\IW\ - CM^^^^ . 




Kinyi3kkvQmQna » — ^hilula" name,meanir^ "big timber near" 
for their former village in Bald Hills, said to be on N 
side Coyote Creek below a laige rock. "Tom Hill said that 
this was the village where the people who lived at Kinkvo- 
lai [a village on E end of ridge above Jonathan Lyons' 



4 







older 



months of the winter." — P.E.Goddard, Amer. Archaeol..& 
Ethnol. Univ of Calif. Pubs.. Vol. 10 No. 6, p. 274, 

April 1914. 



See King-ke-kaw mung-ah 

See also Kinyukkyomuna', Kinn/ukyomunga 







■» \ 



VU3U 







M^-H^mnI* 






A<^ 0^ Ajv-sA^N .\>J^A^r^^^ Jvxu 




O^yiw^ 



^Y%Ja!!^~- ^GJXw--. ^..<Ji^./J^o -V^-^ cL>-Ht'sjik./c~-^ju;:::fc^ 1^^ _ , , ^ ^ . -^ 




^ — ^ 






\ 




Mluiil^i 



'' Kinklas, *"Baner oft, Nat. Races, I, on map opp. p/322, 1874. 

Sjo^ct$Uv (^\V\v\e(X3 ,\ClVxVV 0.S , V.\ W oil 0- S , K V. TL c I i ILox^t' ^ 



K\ vvkl 



0^ . 







K-v.VicLla 






A*/ 



Kincl^ 



\NiVw\ 



v\v\: ow 



Kincla . — "South of this naiiontUmliiaqua] and north of 

California, there was a ¥ery powerful natitn called 

Kind a > * — Parker: Expl. Tour Beyond Rocky Mts., 258, 



1858. [3d. Ed. 262, 1842.] 



See 




Kinkla (w--^^^t:^KUH^kQ^ '^--^ i^^UvVA^ ul)eW(^JTQ^7WlA5is,»s^^ 



Kimlas 

the city 
of Sacramento, Calif. ^Dumas, Califomie:lIn An sur lee 



Name applied to 




Indians 




Bords du San-Joaquin et du Sacramento, p. 216, 1852. 



e© Kinkla, Klinkas, Klinklas 








li.|3b.. 




i4.QL|^. |w 




l-A^-t^xA. AN-iAoJL<7 iL>Jk-~v^ "f'^^^-'^ cOL.%-wojt^ l*~**3Co 



'^^^ ^oWvaA: , i-^*" VJ^ ^^.oaiU, u^, /Xuj^ 



\u|>^. ^i/^^..^.^ j^,a|^ no^^ibo. iioi 



's River Indi<anB.V-R. MoKee(185l), Sen.Ex.Doc,4, Spec. 



Sess.1853, p. 80, 1855^>vo><:aAA^^ 

R.de los Revgs.- -River on map of Tulare Valley, Bancroft, 
Hist.Calif/, II, 49, 1885. 

Rio de los Santos Reyes. «-Iaacroft (after Munoz, 1606), 
Ibid 53, 55) oufti^.>vux^ctUv,^?c>*/, ^.i^ 

• Kings> River. '-Moragra^ 1806, up stream found rancheria unde 
Achagua called Aygulche ; heard of 6 other rancherias; do^^m 
the river were 5 rancherias of 400 souls. --Ibid 53(}xw^vUTk"\J 

[Card 2] 
Kings River Indians 

K ings River Indians : Reported, together with the 
^ Kaweeahs' 1 in account of Lieut. Moore's expedition 
against the Yosemite Indians (1852) as probably in 
league with wild tribes in the mountains. — Daily Alta 
California,, June 18, 1852* 



King^s ^iver7"'Powell. •/ocatularies, p. 570, 1877. 

-=^U" RUlU f Jill J 1^ ."] -^ 

Kins'a I^iver feri^^-^IIflinto-fndmna on Ki 
UMly Aita uaiiforni£, Jun^iBT 1852; Ala 





3 River.— 
uly 11,1852. 



Kinp:s River Indians 



Kings River Indians. A collective term 
for Indians on Tule River res., CaL, in 
1885, embracing the tribes formerly on 
and about Kings r., some at least of 
whom were the Choinimni, Wachahet, 
Iticha, Chukaimina, Michahai, Holkoma, 
Tuhukmache, Pohoniche, and Wimilche, 
according to Wessells (Sen. Ex. Doc. 76, 
34th Cong., 3d sess., 31, 1853). The num- 
ber gathered under this name, together 
with the Wikchamni and Kawia, was 135 
in 1884. Cf/" 

King's River Indians.— McKee (1851) in Sen. Ex. 
Doc*. 4, 32d Cong., spec, sess., 80, 1858. 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt. l,p. 6>?/ , 1907 



K i nCTuW omunpu 



Hwilkut 



Atharaskan' 



Ki n.?.:\niky omunjS^a : "Chilula" (Hwilkut) name for their vil- 
"age "on efiot side of Redwood Creek at mouth of Coyote 
Creeks — Kroeber, Hdbk Inds Calif, p 138, rihip p l5§, 1925 




See K i n^^ -k e -kav; -rr.unr-:' -ah 
See also K my ukk3^0fnuna 



• Jj JJi.C 9 



' Kinkapar 

•The lids;, on San ClementB !• Vere known aa Kinkap ar. ami 
VciQ island itself as Harasgna (according Bancroft) ."1- ^ 
1904^' ^® liSiToITEe Sta.BarbTIda, iiS Calif., A, 



See also Kinkipar 



Kinke (qlnqe) 




(qinqe)." ^'A San Juan Gapistrano Indian in 1907 
said: 'Santa Gatalina es Kinke ( q Inge ) . San Cle- 
monte no tiene nomBre, esta pegado a Santa G:ata- 



lina, es la misma cx)sa. 



t II 



Sparbnan: Gulture 
b&.Afli.lrch.& Ethn' 



Aug-, 



Cu5^\\ 



n^ ^'^^^ V— V ^Vv-yc^v ^ ^ ^^^^^^ -^ ^^.v,,^^^^ 




VJv-VvVvI- YOLf. 



KvVvVJ^ 



S U. t W 6 >>■«. «^ Vs, 



SolVxv^VvW t- "^ovvii-vjo^^ 'V.d — >v ^-^JJLA^ ^:i5U.A-jt/v:^ 3^. - VjvjwjJU)^ ^ ^<^jm-Wamla^ 



Kin kin. — Name of San Clemenbe Islcind in 




languf^e 



of Santa Cruz Island ( Chumashan ) .^"MS Vocabulary ob- 
tained by /.. Pinart from a native of Saiita Cruz Island 

V^at San Buenaventura^ 1878. No. 34988, Bancroft Library 
Kin-kin. — Name of San Clemente Isl^ind in Churaashan 
language* MS vocabulary obtained by H. W. Henshaw at 

Sffin Buenaventura, Nov. 1884. MS Vocabulary (2 copies) 
Nos. 293 & 844, Bureau Ethnology. 




Kiraki harasa ' ■ ' 




§^Jo^' \Cv wV\\D oor 



T^u|^^^^:vg,,^,_^ ^ ^1^^^ 



'i^-^^^^^^Xju.^.^.sX.sA 



^^^ \UA\Kvip (XX , KuVv » K Vi ^ s), K 



^ k\na ^ KiTiK 



SWos W^v-e o^Vc 



♦^ Kinkipar . 

Rancheria formerly on San Clemente Island , Calif. --Hugo 

1852, ( Quoted in Taylor, Calif. 



R 



Ang 



Farmer, Jan .11,1861.) 



'^^-'^-^■VAlO^JSs. ^ ^|LA^Jii,'aJv>0^'WNJL_flc/^^^ ^juxXa,/«X<5' .iC 



\b<KX>^ ^^KJiJi^ iuaJL (SUx-^""^ iiJuuuA^ , L^rt^^ 




l^t!>,\'^OV 



S-^tx.A'^^^ Av^ 



JU^.W^••:fc:^ ^^ JjsjJJjb^ 



viX<^-«juL 



..v5ua4-t: 




Hj^^A^C^|:U.XmJJ)^ sXj^.Jr.A....jju^ »tOJli;dt# 1^ Oi3:c 



■Kinkipar— Bancroft (after Ried)> Kat. Races, 1,^460, 1874. 
Kinkapar > - -Eiisen. Acct . of Indtt.of Sta.Barb. Ids. ,8,1904. 





'Indians v/ho lived on an island in the ocean. 

1., listed by Dr. Kroeber as 
"'""'" (present series, VIII, 

, -_ans 6c Moieties in- 3o. Califl 

Univ. Calif, fubs. in /.m. Arch. 6: Ethn., 7ol. 14, p. 18U, 
1918. 



iiee also itinki, Kinpki 



Kinkla 



WINTOON 



Tribe on Sacramento River north of Marysville Buttes 
at head of navigable water (lat. 39^ 13' 39"; long, 122o 
]2' 17"). Aug. 31, 1841.— Charles Wilkes, U. S. Sxploring 
Expedition, Vol. V, p. 188, 1845. 
(Lat. and Long, determined by Lt. Ringgold.) 



Klinkas 




^^^j^VvvwVsXoc 



?Vn V^- VMv.w'ko&'v^ 




V M Mofras, F^y ploration De L* Ore gon 



Pes CaliforniesTVol, II. t^ ^^^, 1^44. Also spelled 



Klinklas. Ibid, p355. 



Ty^O^,^ .t^.— 1 i^Lg..^ <S*.^«?>^---Qi>-v^- - - ^^ 1^ ^-^-"-^ 1 




9^,a^^JU^ K'KvWVQLr KvV^V^Wv<^V^»^^^Q-S 



Klinklas 



Se^^WvwWVOc. 



Troli. MMltv\oorL 



Spelling given by De Mofras, Exp loration of 




Olid 



California. Vol. II. p555. 1844. aso Klinkas. Ibid. 358, 



1^^' 




ftU^ v^\<^H ^:t^Av^^ VVvUa.g^ ..y j^^^c:^^ 






§JLl»..^±^ .JLv^rtc^voJL >h ^^U^CJDL^ :^ \.-{r- 






a-^JU11a 



u^^^ \^^ 













\%H^ rLj:^:- »j} ^ajc KIw,vVq.s JL ^ vu-^JU^^^ix^.^ 



U^t>=^:^ ^oJlILju^AAyvv^^ Wl]; 



-^^^^-^ ^•tO'^cXja VCjJ^^i^J^jw Vftty 




y^v(l n^l 







^^ai^Va%;va 



See also Clinclas 



■ j ; m - J I pii miijM n.j Jt . gJ l iP— ^T— *■— 



Kinnaxonta'din 



Athabaskan 



«»»i^ 



Kinna3:onta*diarKin>nah-hon-ta*'dinfi^ >~ •'Chilula" name 
rneanir^ "Yurok village place" for an important fonner 
village on a flat bordering Redwood Creek on E, about 
1/4 mile K of lorn Bair*s i^nch house»(SE corner Section 



Rang 



Ap 



KinnaxcrtaMin- .— Mentioned in MiWilkut myths by Ooddard 
P. E. Croddard, Chilula TBxts, Univ, of Cslif. Ribs., 
teer. Archaeol. Px Ethnol., Vol. 10, No. 7, v. 359. 1914. 
Kinnakonta'din .-^ Spelling in Goddard*a Chilula texts, 374 



See Ken-nah-hun-tah-ten 

See also Kinahontahdins: 








KiRkyola i ^ Athabaskan 

TrKing- kyo-lj ] 
Kiflky olai tv— " Chilulu" name meaning "big oiinber point" 
for large and important former village in Bald Hills^ 
on eastern end or a ridge above Jonathan Lyons* ranch 
house and about a mile E of it. Home of the Socktish 
family many of whom are now livin:^ with the Hoopa. — 
P- E. Goddard, Chilula Indians of " NW Calif.. Univ. of 
Calif. Pubs., Amer. Archaeol. k Ethnol., vol. lO, no. 6, 
p. SlS^'April, 1914. [Goddard savs hear middle of S side 
Section 24, Township 9.N, Range '2 E.J 

Kinkvolai .*-- T^entioned b/ Goddard in *hWi lkut myths.-- 

dard, Chilula Texts., Univ. oF'CaTTT.Vubs,*'! 
Amer. Archaeol. & Ethnol., Vol. 10, No. 7., 366, 1914. 



■^ikkySmuna 







om-mune:- 



Athabaskan 

^ — ^ - - - 



:^^^\i M^"^ ( v^iu^Ya>« -" wij-xuxarij^e meanir^ ".big timber near" 

ror their village in "Bald Hills/ said.to be on N side 
Coyote Creek below a lai^e rock. "Tom Hill said that this 
was the village where the people who lived at KinkV olai 
spent tne colder months of the winter.-" — P. jn. lioddard 
Aner. Archaeol- & Ethnol., Pubs. Univ. .Calif., vol. IQ ' 
no. 6, p. 274,^ April, 1914. [Goddard says in SE corner 
section 26, Township 9 N, Range 2 E.j ^y^ner 



See King-ke-kaw mung-ah 



See also Kinkyolai? 



Ki-nnOb- wet-tiing 



E~tahk-na~lin«na~kah 




* Ki~ooQh-wet-tiing ! B-tahk~na^lin~na-kah 
New River at Sally Noble's place about 
mouth of Panther Creek.— 



r^cheria on 
1/4 mile below 



o 



v^ W-J>^ 



Kiota 

Kiota. Mentioned in connection with 
the Shasta and several small Athapascan 
tribes of s. Oregon as being hostile to 
white settlers in 1854. They numbered 
only 8 and their name was possibly that 
of their leader.— Ambrose in H. R. Ex. 
Doc. 93, 34th Corig.,\ 1st sess., 90, 1856. 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt. 1, p. ^ff , 1907 



^i-ou tribe 



.« w 



Ki-yow-bah^h 



Porno an 



9 » 



Ki"Ou tribe : **had their rancheria at the west end of 
' Tuie LaKe. and at the time of the coming of the 
white settlers they numbered 120" The nam.e of their 
chief was Ba-oool-ah. [Tule Lake, near Clear Lake, 
Lake Co.]. --Lyman L. Palmer, History of Napa and 
Lake Counties, Slocum, Bowen k Co., San Francisco 
llake Co. p. 34- 35^, 1881. 

Told by" August ine . chief of the Hoo-la-nap-os .. 
a very intelligent man, about fifty years of age" 

Ki-ous: **The Yp-voo-tu-ea tribe v/ere neighbors of the 
^i-ous . and were just east of them". — Ibid, p. 35 



See Ki-yow" 

See also Kaiyau, Kayau.IIai^/au 



Klpayu 



Yokut 



KUpayu : 
below 
480, 



Central village 9f Aiticha tribe of 
Choinimni & Toihicha- — Kroeber , Hdbk 

1925. 



Kings River 
Inds. Calif. , 



KA po-mah 



nx^'H^.tt. 



chil-pe ke-ah-hahng 



Atharaskan 



Ki ro-mah : Po'-ma m for the southern Athapaskan tribe call- 
inc: themselves To-chil-T:e ke-ah-hahng^ Tcomnionly called 

inhabiting^LoDg 



K ahto ). 




Cummings 



C^Ww>^ 



See also Ki Poma, Ki Pomos, Kai Porno 



^f 



o'-VwUjJk , -^ Vo-yvN-a-k. 




J5jv.v^ (KiXCwCt::. -<>CJ^fj^ JL^ KeJvibo ^-i-€*^t VUkW^ 




:K\ ^1^0 



Vcvog ^ 



KoLkto <UrL. 



'\ 



-^^'V- V>>^sJa^AjCtK>vO ^_%<>XVv"^W^ ^el'^AAAjJ^ 




:t>co 










^^^5f^ XCi^r^Vt-M^KiK. , ^ 5-o^fci<LX-^K:^ 9>-Jl ' ^ — f'^'^^f^^ ^<*-xlC^ i^^^iZty, VaJJl^ , 



SjLis. cJU«- K (x-l To"^o . 



" '■ayyy • *iF^'»p!^T!^w^'':^jrf 



* KiJ=Ilom:iwi-kol-li 



Mm-lak-kfi 



|[bvQ,T 



W 





Newville roads ; and 



Ok\*.^ 



'Ki Pomos 



Each tribe of the nation takes a distinguishing prefix 
to the name of Porno* as, the Castel Pomos and Ki P orob 
on the head-waters of Eel River." — Bancroft, Nat. Races 
of Pacific States, Vol.1, p.-362, 1874. 



lr> 



' « «v 



« '■^ 



Kish 

"Kizh (Kish), 

rigmal 




or San-Gabriel (Diegenos) . "--Ludewig, 
— s, ^DU index, ibM.<-„ . , ^ -^ 



Abo- 



ee Kij 

ee also Kizh 



■-^W*PIP!IWPWf" 



• Kishev 



( tjosArv^tv)^ k\^\c^ 



} 



;!-^ 




\n\{ 



00 



-Se^t^iie "Rancher i a in Sacrarnento Valley, Calif. 

Bancroft, Native Races Pacific States, Vol.1, p450, 1874. 

[Note: Typographical error for Kiskey , shown by compari- 
son with Sutter's lists] 




H\£,V^,KaW^Kli.\<.vs (j\), 



Kishimo 



/\k 



P AfC f\ 



Kishimo * — Chalabe 
JT^Subter,- New 



e, chief of Kishim o bribe. — John 
elvebia, Diary of Evenbs from l'45-6, 
p- 82. MS Copy, Bancrofb Library. 1881 . 




Ki sh- shali-ka- war 
Karok naiae for Hoc pa bribe 








S-x^ aiL^^^ k U Iv (^ck ev/ 1 X ou 



Kiahvi 



Kq Iv-c ^^t : It 







T5 



\ 0"^^' r . 



Kish^iOne student Sherman Inst. . Riverside, Calif. 1925-6. 

The Sherman Bull. ," Vol. 19, No. 1. Riverside, Calif. 
Sept- 11, 1925. . 



Probably error for Kachia. 




' Ki^si (^K^-s^ ^ 



Win tun 



iK 



i; 



Old village of Southerly dialect, indef . located 
about 2 mi, a little N of W of town of Tancred/ 
Barrett, Univ* Calif, Pubs., ,^ vol, 6, 295, Feb. 1908 



t ^ 



Kisiannos OtKt^sVvo^xt-l} 



^^UTLelJ 



-cKO 



yhoshonean 



Kisiannos: Cahuilla noiue for Gabrielino. 
/Dori-inal Soc.in nouthern Calif. ,r..e, 



i 



-W. D. Strong, 
7^7 28,1929. 



kisiancs 



the 



Kauisiktuni iicirrie for Gabrielinc»''for they were 
first Chri3ti&,n3 in the re^:ion"• --Ibid, /. 112, 



t 



/ 






MMttH 



-3^PiS*«^K4*«S»K---,.- V t^^t'^SP^J^iS. 



•Kiski 




'V^vjc^aw A» . — 



l^^lill^^li^dlK. v»^o^ J*4oo^ "BeLovA-JEU 



Midu 

Kiski. A small division of the Maidu 
fo rmerly residmg o n lower Satramento 

r., Cal., probably wTthin the limita of 
oacramento co. 

Kishey. -Bancroft, Nat. Races, i. 451,1874. Kiski — 
Lathani i.i I'roc Philol. Soc. Lond., vi, 79. 1862-53. 

K ftr'^V^'lifu "? ^*!- Farmer, June 8. 1860. 
Kiskv.— Hale. Ethnol. and Philol., vi, 631, 1846. 

Handbook AA. Indians 
^t- 1, p. yo^, 1907 



^.iU^ K V. s'- k t ^W\ s Wh 



Oo^v dloo 



ivTbe^m&ierican and Mokalunme rivers, Calif . 
_ancroft, Native Races Pacific States, Vol.1, p450, 1874 

Taylor, Calif. Fanner, Vol. XIII, -June 8, 1860. 









midoo 



^=%-a;L^^l^iL 





^■.feO)^, |.,.^ \<aU^.^-r^w.^ 



rfe^ vvMiK ikJU/^ 



Sixu^oSL.^ Kv sW«i.,\UikH ^ KV^^Ws (^\.) ^ 






^ 



A 



Yh\i 



60 




\^.X.A-jUs^ . ^J^sJImC • >>-'v3QLc.^<ouII ^-^^ 






Q^ Kls^Wves jL ^olajIvv ^ u4\jCeX^ iua . 







ov. No-rcVxi-it 




^ Ki sky. --Bancroft (after Hale). Native Races, Vol.1, t);450, 

:• Ibid , Vol. Ill, .567^^875^::;:^ 

Kiskey, Kisky , — Tribe of wild Indians or G-entiles in 
lower Sacrajnento Valley in countrv' E of. Stm Joaquin h 

•^ ■ -^ Loverj 



Kisise 



Mevz-v/ah 



Mewan; 



.ax-u viiixc^G on souLJi siae Xosemite Valley, near the 
river and nearly opposite Hah-ki-ah . Kis^-se was the 



mmo 



ClMvv, 



Sacramento rivers. Population Nov. 1846. 93(48 males 
a 45 females;. -- E.A.Gatten's Census of Indian Popula- 
tion made for John A. Sutter's Reiaort to SecV of State, 
Dec. 20, 1847. In Documents for the Hist, of Calif.. 
1B46-9, MS, Bancroft Library^ 



Ki-3-tS-a-kut 



j^thapa^kan 



Ki3~ta-a~kut : Hwilkut camp for winter fishirK on North 
Fork jviaa Biver at Car;.p Bar, now Korbel Picnic Ground, 
about a mile north of Korbel. — 



See aloo Gestakat 



Kitsnemuk 



1^- 
Ke-tah-nah-mwi ts 



Shoshone an 



Kitanemuk ! Tribe of uuper Tejon and Poso Creeks. — W.D. 
Strong, Aborigine! Soc.in So.Calif .^pp. 5 ,tJmy 28,1929 



Fitanemun-iiiii 

Serrano name for the desert Cahuilla. 



Kroeber, Ethnog. Cahuilla Indians, Univ. Calif. 
?uhs., Am. Arch. 8c. Ethnol., vol.8,^Jtme H08^/^5^£) 



^fijj^ Ke^^ta'w^o--'^^^^'-'^^-^^ 



Kitceyu 



Emtimbitch rw./K 



OVveLcL 



k4L) 



Shoshone 



^^: Emtinibitch name for their chief 

— !• H. Gayton.Yokuts-Mono Chiefs k 




village, now Dunlai 
,pp-,380, 392,394. 



A 



/ 



See Kiohevu 






Yuki 



ObiJVVillage of ^^Juki) iH»ei^#i?tt^ W of Eel river. 
Barrett;^ Univ. Calif. Pabs»,^vol. 6, 255, Feb. 1908 



KibdlLwissakut 



Athabaskan 



C K: 



kutj,— ••Chilula" 

name meaning "fire drill on* for summer camp near cor- 
ner of Hoopa reservation on a glade slopirK S near a 
spring. (Section 22. Township gN, Range 3 E,^* P. E. .. 
goddard. Amer. Archaeol. h Fthnol. IJniv of Calif. Pubs 
Vol. 10,. No- 6. p. 277. 282, April 1914 



Kitlwedin/s: 



Sa-a^ 



Polikla 



Kiblweding: Given by Kroeber a^ Hco-pah name for Polikla 

ge of Sa-aUi on north aide of Klaii£ 



village 01 oa-a ^ on north aide of Klaihath River, 
opposite Tco-rep.— Kroeber, Hdbk Inds Calif, p 11, 19^5 



See Sa-a^ 



Kittcunaznedifl 



Athabaskan 



Kittcunamedi R . C Kit- tshoQ>nah>nieh«iingl . >> "fihilula" .. 
name meanirK ' *'its ear ' swimming place" f (ir sim-^irer camp 
in Bald Hills on W side of main ridge, about 200 ft. 
below junction with it of E & W ridges N of North Fork 
Creek, (Near SW corner of Section 15, Township 6 N, 
Range 3 E). — ?. E. Goddard. Univ* of Calif. Pubs., kne 
Archaeol. &Ethnol., Vol. 10, No. 6, pp. 278, 282. April 

1914 



Kit-te-we-haJi 



\\^ Q^ViN^y VW CX^Vc 



Me -wTik 



Rancheria half a mile or a mile above Yali-wo-kali-che ( o^ 



/v-oL>v 



vJJU 



T 0^ 




qJU^^ Ow'^wJ o:^ ivx^ ^1 I$L^ ^^,..::^\uMju. 




Wj>->^^cJv 



/UerriamJ~iyisiZ7ar\di Classif.of Mewan Stock of California, 



Amer. Anthropologist, HS IX, p,546, June 1907. 




Oo-ko-noni 



{ 



i\-, ^ 



^^4^tmg=Mioi^^^ Hoopah name (meaning ^Devils') applied 
aariOrrllQm ^(^-'Yuke' of Covelo region. Round Valley, 
Mendocino County): also applied to The First People, 
who finally turned into animals. The correct HooDah 



name 



lio^ 



Hoopah 




to 






1 » 



•^ 



^^v 







\/^^\^ 






V. 



:^x 






1^1 '- \ 



^'CK.- ^ec 



>L 



Kivezaku 



Yuman 

• Kivezaku. A band, apparently of Yuman 
stock, formerly inhabiting the lower Eio 
Colorado valley in the present Arizona or 
Calitornia, and who were "conquered 
absorbed, or driven out" by the Mohave' 
according to the tradition of the latter. ' 

mS ^■~^''"''^'' '" "^''"'■- ^'^- Folk-lore, ii, 

Handbook Am. Indians 
^t. 1, p. y^f ^ 1907 



rxoct^U-VLo 



OVv^ 



Ki--ye-na h po-mah 

Ki-je-nah po'^mah : Najne (meanirg 'way off people') 
py Po-m6>k e-chaii (Potter Vfilley Porno) for "Yuki" 



Sanhedrin, TTovelo, Gravelly Valley , .Eden Valley, 
Buckingham Crepk. The Po-m o-ke-chaH also called 



people "T!hoo;»mi-yah* — 




used 
of 

these 



•Ki-ye«tel chutr- te 



niah 





Pom can 

i-iri£h (i 



Pome 




ut 60 feet backl^cT 
087 




'Kovtk •* Tu-<U.ixj <it^4.. "-Ethn 



See also gaiyetil 



JCiye-'utsit 



Pomo 



Old village site of Pomo, Southeastern dialect, on 

S shore of East lake^ahout 2 1/2 mi. W of Sulphur 
Bank* 

Barrett, Univ. Calif. Puhs., vol. 6, 208, Feh. 1908 



Ki»yow ^ 



Ki-yov/-bah<^^ 



Pomoan 



ITi^yowf Principal villa^oie of Kj-.yow>bah^^ 
otl^Tule Lake, west of "Upper Lake.--c3t«fw^ 




See also Kaiyau, Kayau, Ki-ou, Haiyau, Shinal 



TCi-yow-bah 



^ 



Porno an 



Ki- 



^^ow-bah6^ A Northern Pomoan tribe formerly occupying 
ihe vallev of Blue Lakes, ^le Lake, and Batchelor 
Valley. Western Limit, the divide separating the 
waters of Upper Lake from those of Russian River; 
eastern limit, just east of Tule Lake Uot reaching 
Upper Lake, from which they were separated by a nar- 
row tong'ue of Upper Lake Dan- no- kah j . They belonged 
to (and the few survivors still speak the lann^a^^e 
of ) the Northern group of Porno tribes, of which 
their territory was a southeastern prolongation, 
reaching in a narrowing v/edge almost to the shore of 
Upper Lake, thus separating the lands of the Clear ^ 
LaKe Din-no-kah from those of the Scott Creek Bo-al 



•^/ 



ka-ah.-- <5^w^ 



•m^ 



See also Kah-nal, 



''■■"-5--j^^^-^:^:->/ 



:Kizh 



Tribe at 
Loew, Rep 





ToYL^^oi. 



Calif. Name given 
rvev for 187o.A 





?-V*fM 



OV\Q \f(^ 



% 



5-01 C^*M^. 1^^^. 

ppend.H. 



BusJchrnanv 



p 322,1876, 









^^^-WLx^i^^>^^-J^^ ^^^ 



X,v\^^,^ 




JLl^^i^-^Objit jNoXlX^sA.-^ ^ tccW-uAWo g , V\<A- 0^^ ^ ouJ< 






Bhoshonean tribX- -Saner o ft . Native Rac 



(name only). 



A 



III, '568, 1875 



-Sax (>.C't^^ftA*.o-*b^,Vbdb^"?^< 



^: 



Oi 



taJy- 




a^U^\<>-*Aj^,^VOr>.WJ.j^ Vm>JUSji »^CijJU. 



«tyM)(/VV>-«- "VVCpto^V 






Ki|h^-Lud6wig, Literature of Aiierican Aborixrinal lanma^e 
e cLi - bad lij i N.Ti ' ubii u r , 26,62,63,220, 1858.(af^iv£^,3'.c^/^ 

" San Gabriel . Ki2h."--Ibid 2:57. . ''***-*';*^ •) 

"Kizh (Kish), or San-Gabriel (Die£enos)%.Ibid 250(W4^;; 



I 




L 






Wivv 



la-'u 




NNS'iK 










"T^A^.. /W. U 0^ ..AX 






Klah.rlf 



/ 



'KletCc^f, 





road— Callf:j^?n ..|:agt^ |gg'°.^" """ "" '"""' 



Klaht-el-kcs- tah 



Nek-kan-ni 



Atharaskan 



Klaht>el>kos«tah : Nek-kan-ni name 
head of Bear River (at least 15 
laiKe town with big Dsuice House. 



for their village near 
or 20 miles up). Was 




Chumashan 



Kl a-ka-a-mu , 

^l' a-ka- a-mu . - « Former ranoheria on Santa Cruz Island 
W of Ft. Diablo.-* MS Vocabulary obtkined by H. W. Henshaw 
at San Buenaventura, Nov ^ 1884. Spanish spellim 
L.acovamu. quoted from educated half breed. — H, W. Hen- 
shaw, KiS vocabulary San Buenaventura LaiKua^e. (2 copies 
Nob. 293 & 844, Bureau Ethnology. ^ ^ ^ 






^ Kl akaamu 

See also L,acoyamu, Lacayamij, Lucuyumu, Laycayamu,^ 



Klakaamu 



ChiJJ7!a.^h^^ 

Elakaamu ( KV a-ha-a^ -mn) ." A former 
Chumashan village on Santa Cruz id., off 
the coast of California, e. of Punta del Di- 
ablo. — Henshaw, Buenaventura MS. vo- 
cab., B. A. E., 1884. _^- 

Handbook Am. Indian^ 
Pt. 1, p. //v, 1907 



' KVolVcx Q^^ S '^JixVA.tX.V^octW ft-X Lvctv^OLVv 



\.w\ 



De Mofras, Explorations of Oregon & California, Vol. II, p335, 
1 





^Ai^ \<-\ o.w.o^W^ K.Va>v^(K"\: W ,\cVo.v^-<l\ ^^W'V^^'V 



Klamaks 



See Klamath and Lutuami 



Ivl\ 



^ CL>w\a>v 



Spelling given by De Mofras ^ Ex plorations of Oregon & 
California.Vol.II.]i£>2 57^ 1 




Also spelled -Klainacs Ibid p535. 



'Svfl^Kle^ v^<»^*t k 



^•^>fK\ C^^Vv (L^. ^^l9.V^^-\^Vs.V»V/voJtV\^d<5L'Ww^eHg ^Aat. 



-KJ^ 



h&l __£^«=:\wU^:>iaAv^ 



oJl 




5vv 



luA 



U.O^VvcV.tX'VV 



Tribe on headwaters of Klciinath river and^Klajnath Lake,' 
Bancroft, Hative Races Pacific- States, Vol.1, pp/527,^i874. 

Taylor, Calif. Farmer, Vol. XIII, June 8, 1860. 

Joel Palmer in Rept, CommT. Indian Affairs for 1854, p470, 

UijkJLi^ lLvA>oi..c-w<^ a^^x cOL.%j!5^ £ii^u^^JLSa| (f^k^^i^^J^ f <k^ .A_-, Xua!o< A^-vJl ^^ 

S-«^ oJLmt TLo^v^ftiw ,TVacv^«<.^V wXflLwort . V^Uw^WWVv Vv«<.Vr«»-Av».VvtiW% Vv^^v^ foYer 




Klarnaths 



UoAsrVvA. Gk_ V^V. (XW 



Spelling by Pfeiffer (1856) in Bancroft, Nat. Races of 
Pac. States, Vol.1, p;344, 1874. 

"The 'Modocs^ speak the same language as the -Klarnaths. *— 
^ Palmer (1854) in Bancroft, Native Races, III, -640, 1875. 



•Klarnaths ." -On map by Eastman. 1852, in Schoolcraft. Indian 
Tribss, III. facing p. 96, 1855. Also on Eastman's map 
facing p. 200. 

Klarnaths. --On "Klamath Lake, and vicinity," in table of 
Oregon tribes. --Schoolcraft, Ind. Tribes, V, 493, 1855. 

Klam ath Lake. ^*Muk-a-luk or Klamath Lake tribe. Harry L. 

i/ells,Hist.Siskivou Co. 121, Oakland, 1881. 
Klarnaths, Klairiath Ind ians, Klamath Fiv er Indi enSt — Lucy 

Thompson; To the Anerican Indian, pp. 117, 143, 165, 167, 

• 1916. 



(^ CAJiw^ Tv. ; 



Uv^\ 






vv. (XV^ \ (k "Vv 




o^ VJ^jiowv^Ia;;. OlWx .,fj;it:io:^ 



%_lTM^ y^. 




v^^^C^XJjJ 







%, 2.5S", l^n. 



&.c!,af|iiu^ 





LX.ofL^ 



• Tribe 'fWjiK^ 
Grt. Deserts of 



L^xDomenech^;' Seven Years' 
M. Arner., Vol, I, p. M2, 



Residence in 
1660. 



•Classification of languages into Lutuami or Klamath , 
and Copah> — Bancroft, Native Races, III, -565, 1875, 

•Vocabulary of 14 words.— Ibid, -640,^ _ _ 



Modo 



c 



^uo^ oiUh KWv^\ ^Vo.V/^<ct , V_\olW(xV .VvvA.tt^Wo.WV ,V(kUft.\cs, OVsWitjOicxt«cxt, 



^ o ^ tWvwwt . ^'\Voo'\w (XAt ^ TVOwVyQ^UXV. 



tpver 



Cl^^/%^ -i 



Klamath 



Lv^l 



06 OL^v. eL'w 




Treaty- »» Oct. 14, 1864. 

Indian Affairs: Laws and Treaties, 
pp. 865-866, 1904. 




Treaties)^ 



Klamath Boundary Coninission Report..— Sen. Ex. Doc. 93, 54th 

Cong., 2d Sess., pp.19, 1897. (Relates to fixing of 
boundaries of Klamath Reservation in accordance v/ith the 

tenris of treaty^ 1864, as above.) 

Klamath 

Tribe uniting with the 'Modoc tribe and 'Yahooskin band of 
Snake Indians in a treaty at Council Grove, southern Or 



egon, Oct. 14, 1864. 
p. 5, 1697. 



Sen. Ex. Doc. 93, 54th Cong., 2d Sess., 



^42>^ \^ S^^ Lo^^jDOGs^ ^L.*^ S.=jIv*4>Xai.vj).&^1 [over J 





Klamath band, -»^J> McKee, Sen. Ex. Doc. 4, Spec. Sess. 1853, p. 
154, 1853; 




Klama th. -Gratsciie t: Zwclf Sprachen,31, 1876. 




On 

W Nevada & 
p. 459, 1877 



Klamath River. 
Calif. Ann.Rept 



Stephen Powers, Indians of 
Smithsonian Inst. (for 1876) 



Klamtli: Population in 1910, 696 (646 in.urepon, ^^ in 
Pennsvivania , 16 in California, and 11 m other states).- 
DiS- CeSsus of 1910: Indian Population, p. 16, puhlishe 

June 26, 1913. 



TClarra th: 
"article 

p. 452, 



Given as Lutuamian tribe by A.E. Ch^roerlain 
on North American Indians. Encj^clo. Brit. .vol. 

1910. 



14, 




VERSO 



^ Klamath 



^ Klamath (possibly from mAklaks^ the 
Lutuami term for 'Indians,' 'people/ 

'community'; lit. 'tlie encamped'). A 
Lutuamian tribe in s. w. Oregon. They 
call themselves ' Enkshikni or ^ Auksni, 
* people of the lake/ referring to the fact 
that their principal seats were on Uppei 
Klamath lake. There were also im 
portant settlements on Williamson anc 
Sprague rs. The Klamath are a hard> 
people and, unlike the other branch oi 
the family, the Modoc, have always lived 
at peace with the whites. In 1864 they 
joined the Modoc in ceding the greater 
part of their territory to the United States 
and settled on Klamath res., where they 
numbered 755 in 1905, including, how^- 
ever, many former slaves and members 
of other tribes who have become more or 
less assimilated with the Klamath since 
the establishment of the reservation. 
Slavery was a notable institution among 
the Klamath, and previous to the treaty 
of 1864 they accompanied the Modoc 
every year on a raid against the Acho- 
mawi of Pit r., Cal., for the capture of 
women and children whom they retained 
as slaves or bartered with the Chinook at 
The Dalles. The Klamath took no part 
in the JVlodoc war of 1872-73, and it is 
said^ that their contemptuous treatment 



cniwi 



dissatisfaction of the latter with their 
homes on the reserv^ation which led to 
their return to Lost r. and thus to the 
war. The following are the Klamath 
settlements and divisions so far as known: 
Awalokaksaksi, Kohashti, Kulshtgeush, 
Kuyamskaiks, Nilakshi, Shuyakeksh, 
Yaaga, and Yulalona. See also*^ Kumba- 
tuash. Consult Gatschet, Klamath Inds., 
Cont. N. A. Ethnol., ii, 1890. (l. f. ) 

'A igspaluma.— Gatschet in Cont. N. A. Ethnol., ii, 
pt. I, xxxiii, 1890 ('people of the chipmunks': 
Sahaptin name for all Indians on Klamath res. 
and vicinity; abbreviated to*Aigspalo,"Aikspalu). 
'Alammimakt ish. — Ibid., xxxiv (said to be the 
Achomawi name) . • Athlameth.— Ibid. (Calapooya 
name). • Aiiksiwash.— Ibid, (so called in Yreka 
dialect of Shasta). * A-uksni.— Ibid. (abbr. of 
E-ukshikni).« A'-ushkni.— Ibid., pt. ii, 31. "Clam- 
aths. — Lee and Frost, Oregon, 1 77, 1844. • Clamets.— 
Hale in U. S. Expl. Exped., vi, 218,1846. «Clam- 
ouths. — Gallatin in Trans. Am. Antiq.Soc.,ii,map, 
1836. ♦Clamuth.— Johnson and Winter, Rocky Mts., 
47, 1846. •Clamuts.— White, Ten Years in Oregon, 
259, 1850. ♦ Climath.— Spaulding in H. R. Rep. 830, 

27th Cong., 2d sess., 59, 1842. •^-ukshikni.— Gat- 
schet in Cont. N. A. Ethnol., ii, pt. i, xxxiv, 1890 
(abbr. of the following). • iS-ukshik-ni ma^-lak8.— 
Ibid, (own name: 'people at the lake'). • ^-uks- 
kni.— Ibid. (abbr. of E-ukshikni). •^-ushkni.— 
Ibid., pt. 11,31. .Ilamatt.— H. R. Ex. Doc. 76, 30th 
Cong., 1st sess., 7. 1848 (misprint of Hale'sTIamatl). 

•Kalmaths.— Dyar (1873) in H. R. Rep. 183, 44th 
Cong., 1st sess., 4, 1876 (misprint). 'Klamacs.— Du- 
flot de Mofras, Explor. dans I'Oregon, n, 335,1844. 

•Klamaks.— Ibid., 357. '•Klamat.— Palmer, Rocky 
Mts., 103, 1852. '•Klamath Lake Indians.— Steele in 
Ind. Aff. Rep. 1864, 121, 1865. •Klamaths.— Taylor 
in Cal. Farmer, June 8, 1860. .Klamatk.— Gatschet 
misquoted in CongrC's Intemat. des Amt»r., iv, 
2H4, 1881.* Klameth.—Stanley in Smithscm. Misc. 
Coll.,li,»>9, 18r>2. ♦Klametg.— Farnham. Trav., 112, 



Luiooajnian 



\6\ 



OD 7 ^ «• 

V 00 ^ Qo M. 
S . KO.U' I o 




(aV^^) 



"Klamath or Tlamath*' 



Lutuamian 



"The name of Klamaih or Tlamath. belonging to the tribes 
on the lake whe re the river jri sea, is not knovm amonp* 
those farther down."--Gibbs,^in Schoolcraft, Indian 
Tribes, III, 138, 1853. 

Klarna tb , — Louise Truchot, 
letin, llay 29, 1919, 



See also Tlamath 



skenah. --Taylor in Cal. Farmer, Jur.e 22, 1660. • Plaik 
ni.--Gatsciist. op..__cit., II, pL 1, XXXl 1690 (c^T^ 





r.) 

Cur 

•Thl, 



•Tl 



Hale in U. S. Expl. Eiped., VI. 2i6, 1&46,. 
Thompson in Ind. Aff. Rep., 490, 1654. 




aJHetli.-- 




Z 
< 

I 

z 
o 
5 



X 

< 



KLAMATH FMIILY _. 

The Klamath family extends *from Rogue River on the north 
to the Eel River south, and from the Pacific Ocean to 
the Califomian boundary east, and including the Upper 
and Lov/er Klam.ath and other lakes. "—Bancroft, Nat. Races 
6^ Pac. States, Vol. I, p, 326, 1874. 




The principal tribes are: Klamaths, Modocs, 
Pitt River Indians, Eurocs, Cahro cs. Hoopahs, Weeyots. 
Wallies, Tolev/ahs, and Rogue River Indians. --Ibid, 527. 
[Tribal boimdaries are given.] 



KXoJVv^olJxW \-fvk<i« I'wJC 



'W(^\.6JVv.S 



U.uj^iu3LAAo.0L,ri^ 



Klamath Lake , Klamaths : Tribe mentioned in reports of 
Indian attacks near Fort Klamath, Oregon, and east of 
Yreka, Calif.— War of Rebellion Records, Series IJol. 
50, Pt,l, pp, 381 k 508. 1897, 
Written Klam ath I nd i ans , Pt. 2, pp.327, 1115; ..Klamaths , 

Pt. 2, p. 1212; and Kla math Lak e Indians, Pt. 2, p,900, 
1897. 
Klamath Lake Indians : Population estimiated by Gen. Ander- 
son in 1852 at lOOO. — Daily Alta Calif. . March 18,1852. 





U-u3rf.^WvV>.V 




r. 



K\ql'Vyv(XxWXv\1 ^V 3 - \-o\N<LtVcVQ^VaO^V\v>S 



^v-\ok 



114^^ 




. 14. ^^^IW,^4CJ??7.~ MJlf-mtxi^ 



\%n- n:J. ^ U^o, Jz:^%, l^^o.-SU^l^l'J^U^I, l^^l. 



ft) 



^Bio, [\%^- 9UA1 W h'^^, ^^4-^^^.'^^^(^-^f^:tj^Ai^. 



t*-V*^/^-w 






cUt^- 






\ I tx < , > u*4 i 



\ 



JU.I^A 



Vv. 



V\*.V.aAk -'. 





a'^I**.k^." C i^A^ j^ 



Klamath River Indiar^^ . — History of Humboldt Co. 152 
San Francisco, 1882.( W.7/.Elliott & Co.Pubrs.) 



[OYER] 




• * . 





UAT!4^.^mi.(;7, wu.- H^.B^.uwK.iit.mi- ua|v. 



K\» 



v^ 




owet 






H KKa-mC^oUL L" ^oflLA<xioLMJIU> -: No-^JUfUt^l 






(over 



Klamath Indians, Klamaths : Referring to Indians of 
— tTie" IbweKTQamath . — War of Rebellion Records, 

Series 1, Vol.50. Pt.l. pp. 51,52.253.1007 1159.1093. 

1897. Ibid. Pt.2,pp.l70.446,724, 737, 769, 843. 

852, 853, 1005. 



[OVER] 



r'' 



Klarnaths 



Spelling in Klamath Boundary Com- Rept.,Sen.Ex.Doc.93, 
fylth Cong., 2d Sess., p.4, 1697. (Tribe uniting with the 

100 skin Band of Snake Indians in a treaty 
mad.e at Council Grove, southern Oregon, Oct. 14. 1864.) 



ni V 3r X 1 rirri; i f;- c^ _ _ t v ; a 



«» 



[ever 



VERSO 



Klanjaths 



Karokan 



Klamath tribe . Klama ths : Name erroneously used by Cart- 
wright for Indiana of fctjj^p^' Klajrath River 15 miles from 
Scotts Bar,— D.W.Cartwright , Natural History of Western 
Wild Animals. 230, 1875. 



See Karok 



Klama ths 



UvaA woOnrvAw 0-Vl 



* Kloroaths : G-iven by Oatschet as name used by white people 
of Pacific coast to include *^h^ Shas ti ^ tne Karok or 
Ara . the Hupa . the Yurok or AliW^ In d l?■\n3 ^ofJjg'li^o^nia, 
the Shas t iv^K>n the Siletz Reservation, Oregon, and ou^t^ 
Maklaks' , — A.S.Oatschet, Klamath Indiums, ' " * 



Eth. .Vol.2, Pt,l. p, xjociii. 1890. 
"Name of Klamath or Tlamat , Tlamet River. / 
probably originated at its mouth, in the Alikwa 
LPoliklanj language". Ibid, p.xxxiii. 



ontr.N.Amer. 



~\ 



[Card 5] 



Klamaths 

Klgfiiathg: Mentioned 
Modoc B 'as collect! 
LaJce Upril-May 1 
May 20, 1862lrrom 



Lutuajnian 



^mm^t 




together with Piutes. Snakes . and* 
Loll at lower end Big Klaciath 
}.— Red Bluff Semi-weekly Independent 
Oregon Sentinel) • 



Kl amatft 



Ul 




vKO^VvtOL-Vc 



rioe living to the north^of Mount Shasta.— Joaquin Mil- 

^i^nl.}\\^TT'^^ *^^ **^^.^^^o.?.*^°' ^^'^2^ Romantic Life 
Amongst the Indians, p. 14, 1890.. 



A 



mons, m Schoolcraft, Indian Tribes, III, 218, 1853. 



See also Klamath. KL^cct. K(cL>^a.ts 



LwA- 



V^-OL'VrLVOLYv 







UHi,4v^'-Kkvvviii 






Klarnets: Charles Wilkes, estiniat/in^z the population of 
OreeT.on Territory says there were 500 Klarnets * — Charles 
Wilkes, Ber^ort to Secretary of Navy on the Territory of, 

Orqgon, June 1842, published in Oregon Hi.st. Sec* Quart. , 
vol. 12, No. 3, p. 291, Sept. 1911. 



SOLX. KUV.CK.C1 .Q^WWOkQ. , l<JUA^^.a±K , TloLWdL-tl ^U(^ 



[over^ 



•\a 



f 



Ck>XV-\V\V- Ck'Wv 



-^0 l^ 



Icloc-ws.a-vw-^o) Utt.W^W'YvA-Y'*^o 1^ Vt 




\\(X>A.-^0 rv> j|LA.>~>< 4^^ toOLa AZ^o-U-d vn>4^Z::^ ^v db^^-'^-w'nJU/o^^ — \>*x^ >^P 



ArNjh^db^ v^ JL W-^loo-. U»JLk t^JU-Xfc**^ HaU-V<L >>^t'*l 




V" 






JP^Xa/nJI^vt^ 







,/UXAAs. \<OLaay^^,I>A\k''' = \Cu^VpO | Ut.bo " -CJ'Uv->. . 



-i^KTt*^ 



Sq.v^ K. oX Ao^V-Vw\-a.>w.^O 



TClamets .'— T.J.Farnhani (after Wilkee) . Travels in 
the Great V/estern Frarie?, p. 112, IS^iS. 



y t. 



\,^ 



■/ 




Soo-lah'-te-luk 



Klauv/e^UdJL: '' Wiyot '^ r Soo-lah-t e~liik1 name for one of 
their archaeological village or camp suites, located on the 
west side of Mad River Slou^jh, north of Humboldt Bay,— 
L. L. Loud, Ethnopeograp h y Cj: Archaeology of the Wiybt 
Texri Jor y, Univ. Calif.* Pubs, in Am. Arch. 2: Kthn. , Vol. I 
p. 26771S18. 

Site 37 on accompanying map. 



a 



^^® ^^so Drauarericweratchker 



• kle^tel 



Porao 



Old village of "Coast Division" ?omo, Central dia- 
lect, in mountains between Carcia river and headwaters 
of Horth Fork ^' Gualala river, probably about 
3 1/2 mi. northwest of old village of la^tcuioda. 



From kale*, tree, and ite^l , to peel 
Barrett, Univ. Calif. Pubs., vol.' 6, 



off. 



165, Feb. 190S 



Klet^'Sil 



\U<Lt 5-lL 



Wintoon 



ek tribe^— ^^^*-^ \ 



'^ Klet'Sil: Their own name for Cortena Ore 

The-Ko-te<^na^Sls±i:SaI (llai^iu.) reached northeasterly 
from Cotena Valley to Williams. Infoimation from 
A.C.Mitchell & father, old Tony Bill, ?atwin Indians. 
Calif .Journ. , p. 30, 1928.- 



» • 



See also: ^Klet~win > Gortinas 



Klet'-win 



Wintoon 



*Klet-win: The so-called Oortinag [better Kortinas i 
are a Wintoon tribp or subtribe calling themselves 
^Kler-gQl or ^Klet-win and dwelling on Kortina 
Greeks cja^«^ ^^.•jL.>^*3aA. '^ Ko'^i>a ^ ^s.^o.^ \y^juu^ ^v^^x^v^s^... 

* Hunting territory of "Kotena* or Kortena •Klet-sel ex- 
tended easterly to include Arbuckle and College City, 
and northerly to include Williams. Information from 
wg-Benjamm, old Pa^win. —Calif. Journ, .p. 49, Sept- 16, 



See also: Gortinas, 'Klet~sil 



Klew-taw-meb. 



Athapaskan 



Hoilet^ha or h'Wilkut village on Redv/ood Creek. 



KliohibQt 

Klichibot: 



Sco-lah-te-luk 




f Pah-to-waht i name for "The first 



village above the county bridge on the south side of Llad 
river ..."had a large graveyard and abounded in willows 
suitable for Making eel pots." — L. L. Loud, iiithnogeograph; 
oc Atcliaeology of the Wiyot Territory, Univ.Oalif.Pub.inAm.* 
Arch.dc Ethn., Vol. 14, pp. g62 , 288, 1918. 

Site I? on accompanying map. 



i5ee also Tachenkalchwhe-ten 




Soo--lah-te~luk 



Klichimat : "Sivoi.^^ f Pfih-to-waht l name for one of their 




Territory, Univ. Califs Pubs, in /jn. Arcr 
14, p. 287, 1918. 

Site F on accompanying map. 



Ethn., Vol. 



-i, 



oee also Holchek-me* 



Athapaskan 






]. — "Chilula' 



- Klitch-oo^- n ov/^J-ten 

r^ ; ' 

Hoilet ha . or }i Wilkut village on Redwood Creek 

LittcuMO.n nfln>Adin D=-Klit-tshoo-hwi 

name, meanii-g '"x. — du»t„ flies place" for their former 

village on W side Redwood Creek. ( HE comer Sec- 
tion 17, Township, 7 N, Rarge 3 E) . — P.E.Goddard, Univ. 
of Calif. Pubs., Aner. Archaeol. 8i Ethnol.,Vol. I© No«6, 
p. 275, April 1914. 



*^ -- Hlichuhwiiiauh-vding 

See LittcuNNinnau^din L\ttOv4\\v^\-n-n<3L^V:idi\-n 



Kliwetkut 



3oo-lah-te-luk 






^ '* r P»h~tn~wnht 1 namfi for one of their 

archaeological'^ village or camp sites on the north side and 
near the mouth of Mad River. — L. L. Loud, Ethnogeography 3: 

of the V/iyo t Territory ^ Univ. Calif. Pubs, m 




f. 



eolofy_ 

Arch. EXthn. , VoT. T4 . p. 287, 1918 . 

Site 5 on accompanying map. 



Kloche-na 'lin-tin 



_ Soo- 





rPgh-to-waht l 

Atha pascan name for a^WiyotyyVillage 
"located on the Samuel Turner ranch on top of a bluff to 
the east of Mill creek, this village contained 5 or 6 per- 
manent houses." — L. L. Loud ^ Ethnogeography &, Archaeolog y 
of the Wiyot Territory, Univ. Cali^ fc>;' i^ Al.r.v. ^r u^^i. 

Vol . 14 , pp. S^ , 29fi,: 1918 . . 
Site C on accompanying map. 



*ub^ Sm. Arch. & Ethn 



G ^Lfl. 



*s 



Q-NN- pa\-\ev|j - e^ 



See also 



f 








3oQ-lah -t e -luk 



Klochim ei 




-^ ^^tin: Athapascan name for a ^^Wjvot'^ r Pah-to- 

J village site on the north side of Mad River, east of 
Mill Creek. — L. L. Loud, Ethnojreography dc Archaeology of 
the Wiyot Territory, Univ. Calif/ Puds, in Am, Arch. & 
Bthn.. Vol. 14, p.' 290 1918. 

"Name said to refer to getting fish here, including smelt 
dinMl/^ Ibid, ft. note p. 290, 1918. 



t£ 



Site G on accompanying map. 



Kl ok a i-k emeklok 



3oo~lah~te- luk 



i~kem5klok :^ Athapascan name for a " Wiyot *^ fPa h-to-wahtj 
village site on south side of Ifed Rivor at the bend. — 



14 



L. L. Loud, Ethnogeography & Archaeology of the Wiyot 
Territory, Univ. Calif. Pubs, in Am. Arch. & Ethn. , Vol. 
p. 290, 1918. 

"Name said to mean 'they grow like wild oats.' A prairie 
was near by on which klQka\ wild oats, grew, and there 
were pounded into meal to be eaten." — loid, ft. note p. 290| 

1918. 

Site K on accompanying map. 



• V 



KlQkeche 



3oo~lah~te-luk 




: Athap ascan name for a '' V/iyot '^ r Fah-to -wahj] 
village site just north of Blue Lake.— L. L. 'Loud. Ethno 



;eography & Archaeolof^y of the Wiyot Territory, Univ. 
alif. Pubs, in Am. Arch. & Ethn. , Vol. 14, p. 291, ] 



Site AA on accompanying map. 



1918 





K l o-kuffl-me : Tsg-nung-whg rancheria on east side 
F9rk Trinity River about 8 miles above mouth (2 
village of ^ Hlit-chooSB-tung ) .- 



■..^,^^ujw 




Souttt 
above 



Klo-me-t 




-* . i 



i • ^ 




<rr 



'Klo-m^-tah-wha! Salmon River Indians. Name applied by 
the Hoopah to Indians on Salmon River and South Pork 
Salmon-, Said to range southerly to Grizzly Creek. 
Apparentlv the Hoopah failed to discriminate between the 
Ko'-no-me-hQ and Kah-hoo'~tin~e-ruk , the name Klo'-me-tah- 
ffiha apparentlv covering: both tribes.-^ 







5VvCLSH:<3. 




1 







H^i^£^^ 



^* ^ ou 



K1 nVwfi.,Pflc;k"-tjOJl 





llllJ village diagonally across Mad River downs 
idU-tin la village on ranch of W. E. Clark), 



omi name f9r ^ ^ffiyot ^* i Pah-to- 

istream from 

_ ., _ ^^^ ^ npflT* fl 

if^^?;,?r.^^??*^- ^^e^g'the Indians us.ed to spear 'sturgeon. 
The "Wiyot" name Tokelerbokii seems to be the same place 
except that in description salmon is substituted for 

the Wiyo t, Jerri tory, univ. Calif. Pub. Am. Arch.^TEthn. 
Vol. 14, pp.262, 290, 




Site J on accompanying map. 



See also Tokelc^rboku' 



Kin-nfifl-tiing. 



E~tahk~na-lin-na- 



ithapaskep. 



_: E~tahk~na-lin~na~kah rancheria on New River 

at present^site of Quinby. -Ciiyv,^. 




K*ma*nilr«niir Chumashap 

♦K*ma-nur-nur : Fonner rancheria close to Ventura. Name of 
buBH out of which strims sure made. — H. W. Henshaw, MS 
Vocabulary San Buenaventura Laguage obtained at San Buen- 

aventura, Nov. 1884 ( 2 copies ) rJos. 293 k 844, Bureau 
Ethnol ogy . 



/ 



[Khiapse . ^ .. 

apse : Rancheria mentioned in Libro primero de Bautisrros, 
ision de San Luis Obispo, MS, 1772-1825. 

See Ttea£s.» 



Kmel 



Kmel.or Kernel : Fancheria mentioned in 1803 in Book of Bap- 
"■"Tams, San Afiguel Mission, MS, 1792-1%2« 



Kbike 



>"\ 



jfcike. — W J LIcGee (quoting Pinart, 1879) s 17th Ann. Kept .Bur. 

Eth.for 1895-96: p. 129. 1898 • 



See also Z^ll* Komkak , Kunltaak 




MMMH 





Kneips! J.J. Benjamin in 1861 states that the moun- 
tains in the vicinity of Diamond Springs, Nevada, are 
inhabited by 3L thieving tribea of Indians, called giii^ 
Kne ips . — J.J. Benjamin. 'Drei Jahre in Amerika, 
1859-1862.' Hannover, Efcl, pt.2, p. 37. 1862. 



Knikla 



V(lwtocDifV 



"There is a tribe called the Knikla - on the Sacra- 
mento River and adjoining the Shasty^ Indians supposed 
to be about 1500 souls. "—Diary of Wilkes in the North 
West, edited by Edmond S. Meany, reprinted from the 
Washington Historical Quarterly, 1925-6, p. 50, 1S26. 



SEE Kinkla 



Khoya 



Kno 



l<vOJVv-'Ko'-a.K 




Pomoan 

-^ — ^- 



nova : ** the people from Rock Pile toamui or Knoya) ".-* 
■"Tiawin M. Loeb, Porno Folkways .p.' 1^4. bept. ^9, 1926. 




1 U-«Hje-fLiL^ 




j:^ \^\\r Vq. ~VlO o-Jk U-iL*-^- 





j^ VAkW-oiy 



Uo«.U 4^^ ^TbuX»-A^ A^^v^ 



See Kan- no- ah 



ivu-ivz 



75 



vc 



k 



C(jLrL\A^OLLLGL 



.11 



\ \ CI n I 




\j^y\/>j\^y^K,-y^ % ^^A^^ 



H^ 




\m 






^JU. ^(KVxic\\\cK,^0<kVvVA.\\V 



OL 



Ko-bah-sil 



Wintcon 



'K o-bah-sil : Choo-hel'«mem >gel n 
TProbably Rumsey south), iola 



hoc-hel-mem 



-sel 



name 

me 



tribe. — 



for Cache Creek t 
by members of 



C^W'Vo t<\^. 



ribST 



• 

« y 

' Ko-bsh-qoon-pah-wshl 



_ / 



NDm-lak~ke 



lYin toon 



— / 



^ Ko-bah-so on-Gah-wchl: Name applied by Nom-lak-ke of 

Paskenta to their village south" of x^Jder Creek and northi 



of Thorns Creek at N\/ foot of Table Mountain^ fright 
bottom! about .? miles west or 3V/ of Bo-dan-choo-he , 



a 



t 



C!iH^— 



Ko-bah-tU 



Vi/e-shah' chum-mi 




Ko-»bah-ta : Kah-chi-ah najfne for We-ahah' chum-mi village 
at Annapolis. -- e^nt^v^. 



k^bate: Village on Biddle Ridge N of Middle Pk Gualala 
about 2 miles NE of confluence with main Gualala.- 
Barrett, Ethno-Geog. Porno, 225, 1908. 



See also kobate 



' ko^'batap. 



Pomo 



oT' ko^bata^ : 8ld camp site of ^^Lake Division" 

Pomo, northern dialect, on western shore of Clear 

lake about 4 mi. north of LakeTport. 

From ko, belly, and bata'p . cut. 

Barrett, Univ. Calif. Puhs., vol. 6,/158, Feh. 19 



08 



•^oVol\ 



V/e-shah' chum-mi 



To-i 



vv 




X • X 




2i;J^Vq. lOjvju >v a ^^^^JOosTW S>u^jcd4)JUx. ^^Cjooj.. oL*-^ X/vJJL^ 



See Ko-bah-ta 



' ko'lDicLa 



■pp 



?omo 



or kaba^tbadffl : Did village of "Valley Division" 
Porno, Northern dialect, on east bank of Forsythe 
creek a short distance south of former stage station 

« 

in Walker valley. 

From kaba't . raadrona, and badg. flat. 

Barrett, Univ. Calif. Pubs., vol.6,/l44, Feb. 1908 



* it6t)6tcitca^kali 



Kah«r/ni-ah 



Porno 



Old village of "River Division" Porno, Southwestern 
dialect, on simiinit of ridge just W of main "branch 
of Gualala river and about l/4 mi. H of Plantation. 
From ko^h^ . a kind of grass, and tcltca^kali . said to 
mean a narrow open strip of. land. 
Barrett, Univ. Calif. Puhs., vol. 6, E37, Feh. 19C8 



See Kah-bo-che chah kah-le 



' Kc'cbi 



t KosWAO 



Athapascan 




Old village site, on SW bank of E Fork of S fork 
Eel river, and about 1 1/2 mi. WSW of Laytonville. 
From koc, blackberry, and M^ there. 
Barrett, Univ. Calif. Pubs,, ^ vol. 6, 282, Feb. 1908 



V.V • 






i 



5\r 










§LjL>^aiU^ \<^Qo-<i.Wo^-aJ\A^ 



Kochevali 



Yokut 



jaii: n/rentioned by some of Yokut 3 as ano thei/name 



distinct Kocheyali tribe m this vicinitY%i-e.Kin^3 
River region. —Kroeber. Hdbk. Inds.Calif. ,481, 1925? 
Shonn on map as on south side of Kings River opposite 
Centerville. Mg^ opp* 526, plate 47. 



Kochevali 



Yokut 

Kocheyali. A former Yokuts tribe that 
perhaps lived on Kings r., Cal. — A. L. 
Kroeber, inf n, 1906. See Mariposan 
Fami/y. . ^ 

Handbook Am. Indians 
I^t. 1, p./^^^, 1907 



^-AJ^ VCO 0- ^tWoL - 0^1- iQ. 



Kochovu 



Yokut 



^OQhoyu: Bechayi rcha. upstream from Millerton.— Kroeber. 
Hdbk.Inds. Calif. ,481, 1925* 



See Ketch-a-ye 



I 




Sn o-lah-te-luk 



mi 



scan name for a ^Mlijj 



ft r 



njsihij 



village site on south side of Mad Eiver, about opposite 
mouth of Lindsay Greek.— L. L. Loud, lilthnogeographyjc , 
Archaeolopy of the lliyot Territory, Univ. Calif. Fuds. m 
Am. Ardh. S: ii: t hn. , Vol. 14, p. 29D, 1918. 

"KochsBM is an onomatopoetid name of a Dird, possibiy 
the quail.^—Ibid, ft. note p. 290, 1918. 

• Site f on accompanying map. 



* jfo'^dakatc 



Pomo 



Old camp site of ^^Valley Division" Pomo, Central dia- 
lect, about 4 mi. up Felix creek from Hopland* 
Meaning, arched or bowed up. 

WTFiVO > QyOC^ PCM / 

Barrett, Univ. Calif. Pubs., vol. 6, 180, Feb. 1908 



ko ' cLal£.u 



lomo 



6ia village of ''CoaBt Division^' Porno, Central dia- 
lect, in hills elDOut 3 1/e mi. from ocean and near 
north hank of Brush creek; one person says cite 
was ahout a mile up same ridge from place ahove 

mentioned fkasi'ltcimada ?) . 

Barrett, Univ. Calif. ?uhs., vol.- S, J 163, Feh. 190 



Q 




WIN TOOK 



Eancheria on West side Sacramento Eiver 

nearly opposite Si-kol Rancheria and approx^ 3 Miles 
southeast of Grimes^ (Between No»wid de ^>be and 



7pinK Landel Browning house now (1935) 




^es-se dance first danced here." 



I 



'Koeats 



Kp-earts, 



Osnonean 



. Koeats. Given as a Ute band or tribe in 
N. central Nevada, but evident! v Paviot- 
so.— Powell in H. E. Ex. Doc. 86, 43d 
Cong., Istsess., 1, 1874^ 

Handbook Am. Indians 
I't. 1, p. 7z^3, 1907 



Shoflhor.ean 



Ko-eats : Shoshonean tribe mentioned by Powell in 
1874 together vnth To-RO-^^^ates and' Shoahonea as 
inhabiting Northern and Central Nevada.- State- 



ment of 




J. W. Powell before Coinra. on Ind. 



Affaiirs,H.R.ffis.Doc.86, iSd Cor^.lst Sess.»p.§, 
Jan. 1874. 

Written also Koaata, Ibid p.l. 



:: V V. 









<L 



^-V-%->J«^-^ArJt-(V^r«^ 



'V-.J*^ 






"^^^^ (i-Ok/Vv %SU^ tt»-S-5r 



Ko-hah-peh 



Konomehoo 



ohastan 



]lj: 3haste name 

- _ ^ - --_ - _- -_ wyers Bar and Fork 

of oalmon). Named from Konomehco village of sa me n ame^cb 
on Salmon Paver. 



-pah-soo'-ish . Ko-hahp~pah 
nomehoo tribe on Salmon j 





Konom ehoo 



Sh fiStap 




-pah : Koncmehco 
side Salmon River at 



of Salmon. - 



name for their village on south 
Bonalys, about a mile above Forks 



oee Ko-hahp-pah 






Ko-hs-pi-rgh 



3haste 






Shastan 



Kc-ha-pl-rah (Kwe-ha-pi-Jra^; K^^^-h^-p_i --^j^JlI- Shaste name 
for their rancheria on flat at Henley, near Hornbrook. 
Name same as that of Henley flat, and sometimes used 
looselj for the Hornbrook region. Similarly, the term 
Kwe-ha-pi-rah-choo-is]] is sometimes applied to the inhab- 
itants of that repion without rof^ard to the particular 
rancheria to which they may belong.— ' 




See Kv/e-ha-pi-rah 



Lutooamian 



A Klajoath 



?voliashti . . ^ 

Kohashti (*staruing place of canoes')* 

settlement, of 5 or 6 houses in 1890, at the n. e» end 
of Upper Klainath lake, Oreg., 3 m. n. of Yaa^^a; once 
the site of the Klarnath Indiaji agency* 
•Kohashti.- -Gat schet in Cont. N. A. Ethnol., II, pt. 1, 
XXX, 1890. - Kq -Y/as - ta . - -Applegate in Ind. Aff. Rep., 
89, 1866. - Kuhiiasliti > --G-atsche t ^ op. cit. , • Skoh - 

ishki . - -Ibid* Handbook Am. Indians 

Pt. 1, p.^^/, 1907 



K-c>\vo 




^-A^^rOM^A'Os..CJ^^A.-^ 



Skosk 



0&Kon<JjCMc\^ 



SiivOyv^JiLiic*^ C^u^a^aloL .^Ktbe^W 



J 



f 




jL ^ii^ij^^v^.-^^^ 



^^i^^^-S.>^^^^ J In^OL KkK J 



o3c>-\.>:xj^ j^ xo^ /Wj^.aIZ3Cxjs^ 



^ 1 Q^ , V^^^^^-eASJKjDji^ 







^U^iCa^U. dVvQ.'W^^v^^ ClvvQLAO^\a CflCXu^e^VoL CW>V vv>V>»A 



Ko-hQ>i-.wfi>] 



T*- 




te 




KQ7hQ-i~\yah or O-^ko^hQ-i-wfi h' Shaste name for their 
village on flat on Greenhorn Creek, near present school 
house at forks of road 1-1/4 mile southv/est of Yreka. 
Name same as that of the flat.-cM4Av^, 



See O-kc-hd-i-wah 



-/ t_— 



K6-ho~f-wah 



i ^astai; 




_• — Shaste rancheria on Greenhorn creek 
reka* - T^Jiil^ ^^^ \;v*jw a_ ^-^^-^-^ ^>^^^ ^-•^'^^ 



.^"^^•^ 



Ko-ho-pah 



Konomehco 



3hastan 




-no-pah : One of several pronunciations given me by the 
Shaste for Ko-hah-pah t their name for the Konomehoo 
tribe on Salmon River (Sawyers Bar and Forks of Salmon). 
Named from Konomehoo village of same name on Salmon River 



^ee Ko-hah-pah 



Ko-ho-wi-took 



Sha s t e 




Stan 



Ko-ho-wi-took^ , Shastfi village on south side of Klamath 



River v/here creek comes^ out (Tosin Cr. '', 
2 miles below Chah-hahk-tok. - 



miner) , about 



T f 



U 



<^ Vk.^ "^-O CI*-' 



^ **e 



Kohso 



Pah-to-waht 



Soo-lah-te-1 



Kohso : Polikla name for Pah- to-wab t v il ] age on north 
side mouth of Mad River • — T. Tl Waterman, Yurok Geog- 
raphy, U* C. Pubs. Ethnol., Vol. 16. No. 5, p. 188 
& map 2, No. 45, May 31, 1920.. 



Koh uana 



Y 



W.'Vn^CC 




ford, 
in Am 



Tribe of Indians 
'Jlans 6: Moieties in 
arch, oc Ethn. , Vol 



• xi 



on Colorado Hiver. — ill. iV 

So. Calif., Univ. Calif. 

14, pp. 156, 157, 1918. 



Gif- 
fubs. 



Kohuana: In 1604 the Kohuana were south of the Yuma 
C. Daryll Forde, Ethnog. Yuma Indians, Univ. Calif. 
Pubs. p. 103. Dec. 12, 1931. 



See also Halchitfoma 



V 






Konomehoo 



Sha?^tar] 



Ko-huk^ke~ne r Konomehoo name for their village en south 
side of oelmon Biver at Red 3ank (Shanks )• -. 




^ohuo u 



Pit-kah-che 



■••■ 



Yokut 



'^^ TH3^M'^1«2^^^ Hemdon or Svcaniore, -Kroeber. 
evidently mistake. Should brN^rtf Side f° ^"*''" 



Kai 



Pomo?^n 

Koi. A former Pomo village on Lower 
Lake id., Lake co., Cal. The island was 
known to the Indians by the same name. 
See Makhelche l 1*^ ^ (s. a. b.) 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Ft. l,p.^^/, 1007 




• lo^i 



(wVUvU) ' Ham- f o 



POIDO 



Old village .of Pomo, Southeastern dialect, on E 
slope of small low island called Lower Lake island 
at extreme S end of Lower lake, the S arm of Clear 
lake. This was very large village. 

ether names of villap-p n-r^ju. vV^'t^^ ^-4. ^- - 

vj.±±age are-\\. yCo yi , (^uta^ilvomanuk 

flT Pomo name), )^auho-"kdlai fE Pomo 



{^ 



luoquelumnan and S Wintun name). 



name) , or /ulj 



Tto4 



Gihhs calls them " Cho-t^n-n. 



TT , 



y^not Pomo hut 1^'lntuni 





; Power 






-el-n/h^l'V 





, — ^^uuyfsjJsX^ 



(Over) 



Ko i : For boundaries.— E. W. Gifford. Porno Lands on 
.Clear Lake, Hearst Memorial YoVame, pp P'^^^MQ^^ 

Koi: Kroeber, Hdbook. Indians Calif.. 232, 1925 



See Koi-im-fo 



Kol- 






^^ O * k • Vv^.Wrx. 




IlOlH:. 



Cj^ 



.,^1^. 






\ V 



V- ti V ~ \\ glVv - \^J Ji. - w kVl 



^' 



'i' 





K6-ic 



mm^mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm'i^mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmimm 



,i<''^jB'iw»N.--.'-':a-r'^ 



■ '^ - T j - ^- r'^-^ -»% r 



Enneaen 



M»M«iba«g». 



♦ K6-ic : Village of San /ntonio Indians. Their own name, 

meaning *fl?ag or bulrush'.--H. W. Henshaw. MS Vocabulary, 
San Antonio Mission, obtained at Jolon, Sept. 28,1834, 
No. 843, Bureau Ethnology. 

. ko'ic: J. A. Mason (after Henshaw) , EthnolQgy of Salinan 

Indians, Univ. Calif. Pubs, hn* Arch. ?i Ethnol., Vol» 
10, No. 4. p. 107. Dec. 14, 1912. 














See also koi, 8hoat-ow- no-ma- nook, xoyi 



fpS*;S,_.,5;'v^ 



KoivQ 

■ * — 



ChuiraBhan 



» •* 



Koiyo (Koi-yo). A former Chumashan 
village at Canada del Coyote, Ventura, 
CO., Cal. — Henshaw, Buenaventura MS. 
vocab., B. A. E., 1884. 

Handbook Am, Indians 
Ft. 1, ip.7x>, 1007 



'Koi-yu-wak (or Koi-aw-we-ek ) t^Tvud^ Shoshonean 

The Northern Mewuk "call the Piute Koi-yu-wak or Koi- 
aw-we-ek . from their fondness for salt, koi-ah, " — 
Merriam, Dist.and Classif.of Mewan Stock of California, 
Amer. Anthropologists NS IX, p. 344, June 1907. 



H^:^*--^^.^ 




^ ^^ 1 % *■ " ^^ \ 



S*ftttL 






JkOL^/--4L4^-<KJt*A 




^^^^ oiU-V K O- W <^-NM it 



1^ o'- k GuVv - W e'- UcxVv 



XMt^^tx^'Vvxo vv.oL.t' We 



si 






Ho. 





*^.-ju7; 











- J. ^ _ 



See. Ko-ko-he-bah 



Kokaman 



Karok 

Kokaraan. Mentioned by writers be- 
tween 1851 and 1855 as a Karok village 
on Klamath r., Hmnboldt co., Cal. In 
1851 the chief's name was said to be Pa- 
namonee, but this is probably an error, 
as PananuMiik is the Karok village at 

( )rleans 

Coc-co-man.— McKee (1851) in Sen. Ex. Doc. 4,32(1 
Cong., spec. sess., 101, 1853 (upper Klamath tribe). 
Cock-o-mans.— Ibid., 215 (given as Hupa band). 
Coc-ko-nan.— Ibid., 194 (a Patesick band). Cok-ka- 
m ans.— Meyer ,. Nach dem Sacramento. 282,^ 1 856. 

^Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt- 1, P-^-2z , 1907 



Note; Yurok name for village of Panamenik at Orleans 

= Koomen (Kroeber) _ 














\.»nXJJj^ 



\'V*V(» 'JL..<L.>o^..^->Jv "^A-A/NJi/^^ JUOkx^.'s^ aX- — ^\A»v^cK -rok- 




A^'%>^X%A.A<x0^igs. 









-1 



K-^ VAv\M oA w 



L 



wvi^vvo 



3u. 



^i-Q--0L'WeUO--C ot S.Ola/s^'V^Av^P^ ^^^^A-^^-^^-^ v ^L^V^^^ - Kx-D <L.V^^L^_ 






Ko~ko~chah 



Mid 



00 



Ko~ko~chah : Name given me by Kow-wahk for the more 
recent rancheria on the site of Anthony House Lname 
of the old one being Pahm-pah-kahn l « information from 
old Polly Hamburg and blind Richard Yemie of Nevada 
City, Nov. 11 & 12, 1928.— Calif •Journ.-^w^ 



* K - V.0 - e\w>W\w, (,5J.u.M.>yi3.. \Co - W^-koLvn,) jSma;v\ 



^KflikfiVvtOv 



VI 



01^^- — v^ 






v.-^j, 




.-. 2. 



^j)A^ oiUv Ko\<-OVvvCLOk,X^ 









liAA^.^ 






e — Tv 



.'~Xm*^ 



>-«t<jL/w^*,sj>^ '^Mucftc 




/:J^ 





Kokoheba. — Kroeber.lfniv.Calif. Piabs. .^rch.^Eth. , ^:11 
1^0? (after MerriajTi 1^04) •Written Kokohiba, Ibida20. 



; 




o 



8ee Ko-kah-he-bah 



• Kokoheba . 

Kokoheba {Ko-ko-he^-hd). The name of 
a village which has come to be applied to 
an almost extinct Mono tribe in Burr val- 
ley, with one village over the divide, look- 
ing into the valley of Sycamore cr., n. of 
Kings r., Cal. — Merriam iij Science, xix, 
916, June 17, 1904. 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt. 1, p. ^X2., 1907 



Shoshone an 



^-Qne -Q-#— #ou^ distinct idioms g f-San-^-ate i e l misDlon - 



In 1 811 




A T.Tt .o 




of %^'hB- Calif 




Indians (1811), a Ms, in Bancroft Library, ed, "by 
Er e be r, Univ> Calif > PuTds>, Arch, & Ethnol .^ , 



vol,8r"May 190 8 




Thi s na me is unknoY.Ti; the endin g l ooks as if the 



people v; e re Ser rano ( ^^^^ Eroebe r's footnot e). 







ko- ^-t>'- e.>vc^\c<XA \A. ^tX Art.*.— ^ 0:|^(-i«irt<-fcws ^J^A^JLA^.^ . — dAtAvc) . 



^a/wi;:V ^oJy^o!^>^^^ w l ^Q ^ \<\^^, ^ cM ^A^ 




, ^O-g.0VW^Ci9iWxVQ^ 




Kokomcar ; Archivo de la Mision de Santa Barbara 1811 
or 1812. (Extracst. Bancroft Lihrftrv MS 7!lP.A ^R7^ 



Loser} 



Ko-koo^-e_ 

^ ^_^ncheria 
"Ko-kop-^T'XV/est side 
Tlolusa. — c/vw^ 



_-_ Ko-roo 



Win to on 



Sacrarrento River about 3 miles below 



V 



Ko-\coo^-W^\M '\:6LU^aUV ^^tx-vflkxo 



§.^-.f. 



VOQ-L 6 L ^Wv Vu 



-W*^ V\e\M>~oo~ olW nj^JUjmu ^w«--^ aXsjL..-jLv-~^) 







•Ko-koo-naii (orMia^cneJ 



Yokut 







0> Ck^ 3(jv^A^^.-^.^s^ jj^A^^^^ A/^ — Xj^^^^-OO^ ^ k^v-AA^CJOOy ^ 



^^ 



Xj»OLxa.^a^ a ^w^ 3az«^^^OC^ 



ci:^^ 




A^^^ 







~K0^~ ^'>^^^^vSo ^Vjuwo^ 



^t^ Xauv^J?. .^^ ^ -^ K^^- Wofi'-xa-c^k<^ 4 ^^^^ jt^^Jr^J^^jkZ:^ - ciiAkv^ 



1 



'^u.^^ VvO(y>Wo<^ - 'VvOe dk Q 




\ 









JLuAXw 



y^-'^'-vJl -^-^^ 



9-1^ ^-^^JU^ '^A.^ro^ IL fl-4. Jll^^^LX^ 1^^ 



^^3^cJ-:»-^CloC^0lpO^,Clt^CL0kb<k, )Ca-V\i\VW\AjW-MOc^all 



_5 , 

Kok^tan' 



Soo-lali-te-luk 



We^-ke village on east side of ttumboldt Bay v/here village| 
of Bayside now is. 




[for above location") 
Goke ten or Koktin : 'Wiyot* jlace nafr.e, "presumabiy either 

archaeological or modern village site obtained by Kroeber| 
&: WaterrTian" .— L.L.Loud , Ethnqgecgraphy k Archaeology 
of Wiyct Territor}^ Univ. Calif- Pubs, in km. /rch. h 

Ethn., Vol. 14, p. 294, 1918. [Loud'e nairie for village 
on thie site is Kokte,p.275,288j 



/ 



See iilso Xoktt?*, Gcketen, Koktin 





^^^^^ - ~ 3oo-lflhltf.,li.k_ 

r ' SoQ-lf^h-te-lnkl name for a village "^ituatf^ 
near the mouth of Jacoby Creek. There were sevefllsmall 
plank houses here in, 1856. "~L. !• Loud, Ethnopeorraphy & 

Am. Arch. & tthn. , Vol. 14, pp. 273, 288, 1918. 

Site AL on accompanying map. 

[Loud gives Goketen or Kcktin an nanie obtained 
vroeber k V.atenj-^in for this site, p- 294 J 



V 



bv 



See 



X^k-tan 

flso Goketen, Koktin 




haste 



Shagtan 



Ko-kwfin-nut : Small ohaste village on south side of 
Klamath River about half a mile above mouth of Deer 
Greek. Now under water from Kopko dam. -cm 



a 



Athapaskan 



Tern for Wailaki in "Yuki 

of tiie present Round Valley reservation, 

-^Kroeber, Langua^s of the Coast of Calif.N ofct^n Pr-fln 

CISCO, Unlv.Ca!if?Publ.M.Archith^., ix|ipi& 



•proper; that is^^jjii the vicinit 



_f 



Wx\M V AoJV^- \<v <L 



./ 



Ko-lah-ki 



Mah-to po'mah 



Poinoan 



«»«ii» 



Ko-lah-ki : Naune (nieanirig 'Sgc^^aH flat') given me by 

Porno an Me- tum-mah (of Little Lake VgLLleyT for sumner canip 
belonging to Sherv/ood tribe 1 mile^above Roles S tation (on 
railroad and county road). On Russell ranch 1-1/2 rnile 
south of Sherwood Valley, Doubtless Barrett's Kulaki on 
Kul-le- kow be-dah Creek (Curley kow Creek of white manjS 



See also Kulakai » Ku-la Kai Po- 



rno 



*KoV" WVl- Wv,^ 




V 



lA ( n 



V \ V 



/ v\ 



a '> 



(t 






'hiii>UK 



V 



1'\ 



Aaa-'*^ 




^ C^l^W^s.} 1-^^--^, 



'^^^Aj-.is^ ^^-W^^UJ^t l^yJU^^,^ ^IjLJ^, L ^v^lax ^ol 






^^^ \C Lo^^ Vw\-aA^^v^(^ 



Hfilikem 



goo-l/^hlte-luk 




_: '' Wiyot' ^ f Pah-to -waht I name for archaeological 
site at" the mouth and on the north side of ILai J^iver, 
used in 185U as a ''\'lijoV' [Pah-to-waht J village or camp 
site. Meanin;:! said to be "across the river. '~L. L. Loud, 
mthno^^eography dc Archaeology of the v/iyot Territory, 
Univ. "Calif. Pubs, in Am. Arch, .i Ethn. , Vol. 14, p. ^86, 



1918. 



bite 4 on accompanying map 



See also Kidjeholin-tin 



Koli-le 



ma 



Kah-tah-we chum-m 



Pomoaji 



Kol-le ( Kahi-le or Kul> l a) : Najne given 'me by Pomoan 

Kah-tah-yye chunHm i (of Healdeburg) for their large rau- 

oheria, the site of which is covered by the present town 
of Heal ds burg. — 




See We-shiim tc.t-tah 
See also ka' le 



st^f 




Wintoon 



Jii: Name (in their own language) for large 
rancheria on Lowden Ranch, south side Trinity 
about 3 miles west of Lewiston. ^ 



Fifintu 
Biver, 



Ko\Aoos 



TcxX VM vw 



v>X3lW 



^^ll\vto<i 



K. 



=L 



/v-^^-^^>>>^ (x3U^x^..,o ^ ^(xW-Wq^W ^ q S^ 






3^ wsscJU yizji^Ji T^ 4 




1 



06S66 V\ 





S^^Kci V 00 



S^^gfi^t-V^^C^lu c;a , <^^lu.s\ ■^^ U wSg^■C^^v^VS;P,k0VULs\ ,\ 



Kolok 

KoloL. A fomor GhuL-.ashan village 
in Carpinteria, e. of Santa Barbara, 






t the old mill 



Gal. 



i i 'a-lrM >--Honshaw, Buenaventura MS. vocab. B AE 



Am, 



Ft. 1, p.^a^, 1007 



^ 



See also K'-g-lSk, Coloc , El Paredon 



■y- 4^.^-1 ' . II..I— «»>« 



■ Kolok 

Rancher! a 



A 



'VJLP^.A*. 




Chumaahan 
Santa Ynez Mission, Calif. -Taylor, Calif.Fa: 



-er, Yol.XIII, No.ll, May 4, 1860. 



Channel 



the Carpinteria wharf- Spanish spell ipg given by edu- 
cated halfbreed to H. W. Henshaw at San Buenaventura. 
Nov. 1884- (Henshaw's spellii^ •K^S-lak) .- H. W. HenetewJ 



ly 



844 



See also Coloc . K'a-1^ ., El Paredon 



^^0-lo-ko 



V;e- shurti' tattah 



Porroan . 



■ o~lo~ko. — Ri^ nch e r i 
iL siae Russian 



a neur Ji/ntown in /.lexancler Valley, on 
River. 4i rriles NE of Healdsburr:. Re- 




Ko-lo-ko , '.vhich is 
Vo-"Huk-kn,-ah tribe. 



near Echo in the te ritorv of the 




^olo^ko 



Pomo 



omo, South- 



Old village of "Russian River Division" P 
em dialect, about 2 mi. ESE of Healdsburg, 
Barrett, Univ. Calif. Pubs., v^^'.^ZW, Feb. 19C8 



e^a 



^^uo^C^ ^^LCx^<. ^ /^diaou^ -^U. vXSju^ 




^lxzz^u^ 



^"^^^---^--.^^^ (^-^.^?i^\ 



• 




(2U_UL 17(5). 



S<i4». 



kolo'ko 



Yo-bulc fca-ah 



^ V .- .. ,. 



porno 



Gi 



d village of "Valley Division" romo, Central 



dialect, near Echo, on Russian river about 2 mi. 
north of southern boundary of Central dialect area; 
two places, inhab. at different times: one just north 
of Echo It.R. station and the other just east, across 



river. 



Barrett, Univ 




Calif. Pubs., vol. 6,/l70, Feb 



1903 



.- UzX 2.1^, x^!z. 



« Kolo^ko 
Old village of 



•mmmm^ 



TOvi.0 






Southern Pomo 




• ^^rob. on NE bank of Rus- 
sian river and about 3 1/2 mi« NE of Lyttons station 
From ko^lo j mortar basket, and ko^ long, 
Barrett, Univ, Calif, Pubs,,^vol, 6, 272, Feb. 1908 



/^-^^^^^^-vA\, ^u^^caXk^ oo».-^OOw.n^ 



5- ^^^^-JU^ € S £. 

9 



^^^^^3^ ^ 











O-'O^ Xxfsj^ 







Ko-lo-ko chum-mi 



Yo-buk-ka-ah band. 



Pomoan 



Ko- 



lo-ko chum-mi: Name ^^iven me by Pomoan ?J[ah-kah-mo 

chum -mi of Cloverdale for Yo-buk-ka-ah bandatTEcEo, who| 

they 3ay talk the Plopland language, --c^^vr^ 

Not to be confused with - so - to chum-mi village of 
same name vat Jimtown in Alexander Valley on iRusaian 
River.--- Vv, i , , a 



See also Kolo'ko 



• Ko 1- 0- kum- nom 



T o-chil-pe ke^ ah- hahng 



Athapaskan 



.ol-o-kuin - nom : Name given me by Round valley ' Yuke 
Kahto tribe (- To-ohil -pe ke- ah-hahng) . -- 



lax a 



Porno 



• ;Kflolo 

Old comp site of Porno, Southeastern dialect, on S 
shore of strait connecting main "body of Clear lake 
with East and Lower lakes, and very short distance 
W of northeastern projection of the peninsula. 
From klolo, mortar stone, la, ?» and xa, v/ater. 
S±±a Used as fish camp. 
Barrett, Univ. Calif. Puhs. .^^vpl.' 6, .209-<^^eh. 190? 



- Ko-lo-ma 
'!|^4 b g at Coloma, El Dorado Co. 7T!alif 

Powers, Tribes of Calif, p 315/^1877. 



Mi-doo stock 



Xoloma . — Powelly^ Linguistic Families, p. 100, 1891. 



■Kol 



OATlOL 



VI JL 



VJL 



Kolorna* . . A division of the Nishinain, at Goloma, be- 
t7/een American r, and tlie s. fork of Yuba r., in El- 
dorado CO., Gal. 

Colomas. --Powers in Overland Mo., XII, 21, 1674. 
Ko-loVna. --Powers in Gont. N. A. Etlinol., Ill, 315, 

1877. Handbook Am. Indiar;s 

Pt. 1, p. /c^^, 1907 



Ko^-lo>rrah«le ' ^ _.Kah- ch i- ah ,„ 
Ko>lo-mah-le : A^Villar^eWTclzadero 



Pom can 




'K2_A^jj(2^ 



V 






^VNGLW 




-4terr JRTc, DlRt.nnrl Claaci 





fi-d-ff-WJL. 



Cik of nalifnmia^ 



Amer, Anthropologist, NS IX. p,549, Jnnft 1907 . 



'^olroro: '< lonbijC ' iic€l 



Yokut 



PaleuvajTii villp-e [Paleuvami-- tribe 



formerly en Po3o Creek tula re Co; (jroeber)]. --.;., H.fe-t 
a_no3t Cance of 1^70 in South-Central Calif. tp. 61 , 1930. 




A 



\Nl\A 



\WmV 



oow 






'i-^^^feoJU: 




NKim'fc^ ^ CtW^Vv 



\ 



^^^^^ ^vtCw U v^jkJ^ Vft^SJ^ ajukj^ "^^ 




W.VW. ^tflucJL^^irvxJL. ~^ ^i^«4.A,^ 



^kS^K^j^ttO: 



Kolus 



Ko - r o 



7/intoon 



Kolus: L. A, Dorrinf^ton. Indian agent. I^lention only, -- 
Chico [Calif.] Enterprise^ llarch 9,1927. 



See Ko«roo 

See also Golus. 



^jtJC 



JiT** 



Kclv/ovakut 



c»\ 



bno3noriean 



kolwovakut: One of two La-Cahuilla villages at Old Santa 



Other calle. Kevvel 



Rosa in a fork of Ro9khouse Canyon. . . ._ ....... ,,^,,, 

May 28^ 1929^' ' Aboriginal Soc.in Southern Calif . ,p.l46. 




s 



^mo 



Komacho {Ko-ma'-cho). A name ap~ 
piled by Powers (Cont. N. A. Ethnoh, 
III, 172, 1877) to the Pomo living iu 

Raneheria and Anderson valleys M^dTT- 
cmo CO., Cal and said by him to have 
been derived from the nam^e of their cap! 

W«' K 1 P^""?'^ ^'"'^"^ ^n these two val- 
leys belonged to two different dialectic 
groups and in aboriginal times had no par- 
ticular common interests. The connec- 
tion of the two is probably entirely sub- 
sequent to white settlement.o'vfl.rB ) 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt. 1, p.^^^,^ 1907 



' Ko-ma- cho 

Tribe in Rancheria and Anderson valleys, Calif. 



va'Vw 



Powers, Tribes of Calif., p 172, 1877i^KiL^^i:U^eO ) 

l^'=^-^»'>^>^^^^ >--t.->iti.^:^^ X^u^-vAriv: aw^^--e-*-- y*jl5U*i. 



* 

KomachO: "Komacho (Anderson and Rahoheria Valleys)**. — Powell. 

Linguistic Families* p. 88, 1891. [Tribe of Kulanapan family .1 



S)_Q>^ OoLiO^ C. 



t>^\rv^O<.CL 



Wo . 



W - VtvO^Vc ~ Vl 



M 



\ Vv ^ \\ ^ 1^ "^ ^ 



ci Vv<^\v^ ^\M ev ^ 




xoX 



Arv/ou 



\' 



"T*-^ ^CX,WvA>\Vva. V^- \ <oAv- VJ ^ - s\V.'- W Vw ] . 



cL W ^'Vx^ ^ w <- V c- 



.^^H^ 



Vco. InVSL.- 



Ko-man-tsu 



"Ko- 

No 



man-tsu t Comanche *-- Letter of Maj. J 
J. Hajimond Trumbull, quoted in Amer. 
3, March 1877. 



Shoshonean 

W. Powell to 
Nat -.Vol. XI. 






'VcJLok 




7V/^» 






'-«--^^--»^^4^.axw^vVv.:^ \^UCJVI 



^UX aiI<iJ^ C OWvV^ivdOL&W.^VKWvV^^VaOcS, 



\ 







H 






"^ «^JU>^ ^^XJUL&07 I '^-A-^A^v 



,^2.11, \'^'^^(Xs^-<..ouJL :^^ ^lUjii 



• Kombo ; J.W.Powell. Kotice of J.Curtin*s lingmiatic researches in 

Northern Calif.-- 6th Ann. Rett .Bur. Eth. for 1384-85:xxxvii, 

Kfimhfl.. — "The 'Kombo ^ of Powers are the iieople who call' 
themselves Yahi."~T. T, Waterman, The Tana Indians , 

Univ. Calif. Pubs. Am. Arch. & Ethn., Vol. 13, pp. 37-38, 
1918. 



Ksm- ohah-bo- chah- le 



* 

Kahchiah 



Pomoan 



Kom- chah-bo^ chah« le : Kahchiah name for their former 
village on ridge back of Fisks Mill. Told me by 
members of tribe. -Ci^^^ 



jf^omtcobg' tcall: former 
Barrett 1908 (TTisi 



<toc 




2-1/2 mi N of Fiska Mill- 



oSe O-lSo koo-mtcjl-otcall 



Kom-dot 



Qk'Vvv->0 



Pomoan 



H dot . Kah-mah- dot . ^ahnv^Qt i^^^rllage on island of 
sanie name on west side of north end of Lov;er Lake 
near east base of Mount Konokti. — o**^^ 

dot . or leroakma or kau^:Qha : "^Eastern Porno'' (She-kuml 
names. --Barrett, Ethno-Cxeog. Fomo. 206. 1908, 



See also Lim-mahk-mah bah-dun, lemakma, katiguJna. 



U^\a59_Xo 



-Kt. 



\vv^ 



V-UX S <^VlQ 






y^^xj^SbS^JC. vi ^i^^SUC ^^ W, V^lol. 



^jov. o^W Tavvo^W t<i. . 




Komkak 



rr 



Kontok.— VI J llcGee (quoting Pinart ilS, 1879); 17th Ann.Rept .Bur 

Sth.for 1895-96; p. 129, 1898. 



See also Seri, Kmike , Kunkaah; Koonkat 



Fomr 



Pomoan 



Kom-le: 'Iribe and rancneria^*on ground now covered by 
northern part of city of Ukiah. • Stephen Knight, a 
trustworthy Yokiah Indian, was told by an old Yokiah 
woman (Mo the r- i n- law of Dan Scott ^ a Lah-ta: of Yort 
ville) that many years ago [several hundred years 
ago, Knight thinks] the Kpm- 1 e occupied the northern 

part of Yokiah Valley, including present site of 
Ukiah and the asylum al Talmage, They quarreled 
with the Yokiah and were driven out of the valley, 
crossing the mountains to the east, and settlir^ in 
Scott Va 11 ey it ""iSbme of the old people say the K^m-1 
established themselves on the narrow flat between 
Blue Lakes and Cold Creek^[but this was in the ter- 
ritor}^ of the Ki-vow-bah<l}> trihp] Knight does not 

^ knois^^ '^^'"^ ^'^■^''^- ^^^ ^-^^^^^ "^^ ^^^^ -^^ one 



Stephen Knip;ht adds , 



S'se <l\s 



C*Uv^ 



.* ko^inli 



Pomo 



6ld caiTip site of "Lake Division" Pomo, ITorthern 
dialect, in Ei£:ht-raile valley at head of Scott 
creek, about 5 mi. north-northeast of Red mountein 




n upper 



From k5m, soda spring*, and li, there. 

Slocum, Bowen Sc Co.'s Cum-le-bfih , "a trihe i 

end of Scott »s valley"^ probably originated here. 

Barrett, Univ. Calif. Pubs., vol. 6,Vl58, Feb. 1908 




oV-iOo:^. u^Jl \:>}-m 



S^o^ ooL>^ <lvx\\/^<>\<L-V«s.W. 



Komli 



Pomoan 



Komli: "The Xomli p:roup in the north end of Ukiah Valley 
fought the Yokaia-pomo. . .of the south end and was 
worsted?. "The Komli people as a whole ... left their 

village • ^ -" ^^- ""— ^ ''^^'' "-^ ""'^^ ''^^'^^ ° 

finall 
Indiana Calif. pp.23&-^36; 1925 

Komli: "The small trib.e of Komli people. . .drifted into the 

upper part of Scott's valley we shall refer to 

them as *the Scott •s vallev tribe'^.^-Loeb, Pomo Folk- 



!, journeyed up the East Fork to Blue Lakes, and 
y settled in Bcott Valley."— Kroeber, Handbook 

/^ ^ • /% /^ ^» i_ d^ f9 ^ _ 



ways, p. 207, 1926. Also pp. 234, 280 




See also kVmll, Cum-le-bah, "Scott's Valley -tribe 



y/ 



*^ 



* ko^mll 



omo 



old village of "Valley Division" Porno, ITorthern 
dialect, just north of limits of Ukiah and 1/e mi. 

« 

north of court-house squf3re>- mooa, l/2 mi* oy inore 
w1rip, from rivor L o ttuin Lu foul - hillo, on slope from 
mesa's edge to river "bottom is spring; village v;as 
just west of spring. 

From k5m, soda spring, and IL, there; kubu'khul-kBya 
in Central dialect. 

file 6^ ^ GP'Cc* ?(:M.o^{yi) 

Barrett, Univ. Calif. Puhs., vol. 6. ffss, /1908^ 







^i^^^^fi^ «x\->A^ ^.CJsu^ Uv^ v^'^Vc^.. - 3UcJL,»S''^. 



Kg -mo 



Mido 



Kg --mo. : Name applied by KGv;-wahk of Nevada City to 

Sacramento (4? i v g ir e r ¥ jtl lu y? ) tribe • Information from! 
Mrs. Anna Barron of French Corral, Sept. 27-28, 1928; 
and old Polly Hamburg and blind Richard Yemie of 
Nevada City, Nov. 11 & 12, 1928. —Calif .JGurn.-<=^ 



p^G. ?c-'rW^^^^ 



Konohmenriitkuyu^k 



Yuki 



Old villago of Huchnom dialect, on N bank of South 
Eel river about 3 mi. above John Day's. Village was: 
on what is known as Lowder^^s flat,^short distance be- 
low confluence of Buckner creek* 
^ Co^nba^ Northern Porno. €^ 




Barrett, Univ. Calif. Pubs. ,^ vol.. 6, 259, Feb. 1908 



Ko-mong~gahk 



Midoo 



Ko-mong-gahk : Name applied by Kow-wahk of Nevada City 
Nissenan'^ ribe of Oolfax region and Yankee Jim. In- 
fonnation from: Mrs. Anna Barron of French Corral, 
Sept. 27-28. 1928; and old Polly Hamburg and blind 
Richard Yemie of Nevada City, Nov. 11 & 12, 1928.— 
Calif.Journ. ~ 



to 



•Korn-pom-pa-sali 



Me 7/ -wail 



Mo wan 



Small village on nortli side Yosarnite Valley only a 
little belov/ Hali-ki-ah ^and also south of Three Brothers; 
or under the talus slope of tiie canvon immediate Iy 



CM4'>^ 



•JS.^'.^'^Sl^.^ltf: 



JVLe-MviVLk, 



HolaaaJs^ lA-^auLJ^ 3vNM " Wi^gaag g^gv. '*-%^-a^^:xn3j./.>^ Ni&-i^-'Vvev\ X^./v^ :fctvK VvdbUx*^ 








/Xi<,.Cv-.^^v»^. 



> 







1t 



asicj^ 



isZ^JcJ, \c 




tCoW-na^^^'^'^J:^^ K vj - v^ . 



ftvvv 



U^ujLW^L.. 



^jo^oiU*. V o >v- K< , V- o.- "^^ 1. , Wot- Vv , 



♦ Ko-ne-u-kon^-ne (misprint for Ko^^ne or Kon-ne) 



Mewan 



Merriam, Dist.and Classif.of Mewan Stock of California, 



344, 

* "For Ko~ne-u-kon-ne reaf? Ko-ne or Kon-ne. " 
rectionB Concoming California Indians, 
ogist, NS X, p. 356, June 1908. 



'Merriam, Cor- 
Amer. Anthropol 



\ 



Kon-hom tat- t ah 



Kon- 



We-3hum tat^tah 



horn tat-tah: "Guerneville band and 
tribe". Told me by Henry f'aximilian 
.chum-mi ) . — C^H-vw.. 



j-'omoan 

rancheria of our 
(Kah-tah-\"e 



Koni 



Mev/an 

• Koni. A division of the Miwok s. of 
Cosumnes r., in Amador and Eldorado 
COS., Cal. 

Cawnees. — Bancroft, Nat. Races, i, 456, 1874. 
Ka'-ni.— Powers in Cont. N. A. Ethnol., iii, 349, 
187L - Koni,— A. L. Kroeber. inf 'n, 1906, 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt. l,p.y^s,i\ 1907 




V,0->X«- 



Ko\vW^\A^ ^e^K 



OYc 



kciNN 



li^icl 



Konkau {K(/yd(mg kaui^ 'valley earth ') . 
A formerly populous division of the 
Maidu, living in Butte co., Cal., in the 
valley of Concow cr., a tributary of the 
w. branch of Feather r. They are now 
on Round Valley res., Mendoc^ino co., 
and numbered 171 in 1905. 

Cancons.— Keane in Stanford, Compend., 505, 1878. 
Cancow.-^nd. Aff. Rep., 313, 1874. Caw-Caw.— 
Ibid., 1867, 111, 1868. Con-Con's.— Ibid., 75, 1870. 
Con-Cous.— Ibid., 1867, 121, 1868. Con-Cow.— Ibid., 
1863, 93, 1864. Cou-cows.— Ibid., 1864, 119, 1865. 
Cow-Cow.— Ibid., 130, 1868. In'shin.— A. L. Kroeber 
inf n, 1903 (modern Yuki name). Kankau.— Cur- 
tin, MS. vocab., B. A. E., 1885. Onocows.— Ind. 
Aff. Rep., 12, 1865 (misprint)^ Ooncows.— Ibid., 112. 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt. l,p./^^"^, 1907 



/ 



Kon-kau 



LvWvvA<ONKl/ 



Mi-doo stock 



Vill;i^c^e in Concow valley, Butte Co., Calif. 



N 



u;i 




— 














,^ 



o^woL^X:^ j"^-^ . L^ 



" Konkau (Conc ow) " : Given as*Pujunarf tribe by A. E. Cham- 
berlain in article on North American India-ns, Encycl. 

Brit. Jol. 14 ,p;462. 1910, _ ' 



OfWlJlu. 



' Konkaus 

"Ths Konkcius of Maidu stock, who lived back of Chico." 

- -F . B • Washington , Notes on i^Jorthern Wintun Inds. 

f ro. * f t Jour. Arnsr. Folk-Lors, XXII ?"^Jan. -Mar. 19093^ '-^fir 




r^ f 




§JiX^ v-^ow-W 



0\M 



^-«A. «JL^^ ^OXt,OV^ 



Konkav 



JUidfiQ. 



Kfinkaa: Alternative spelling for Concow. Said to mean 
■plain or place of level earth* . —Evelyn Hendricks 
Oroville Mercury-Register, Dec.3.1930. 



m 



See Kon-kow 
See also: Concow 



• ^ 



V 



ou- 



\S>i»--^ 0-^ Ko^ h<L , ^^-^^-U^ <<UiX 



j>iQ.-vM\jLk »:t»<i(^ 



Vi 



dLJU^/OU^-^ Ako ^lOt^^^CtX^x^w^ H&S 9^ W Vy^"^ A\-*->Cfct><XNA^ 'Wg^V/ou.AJL 








K 



O-K-Vti 



^ULV^ojLz^^ Ko~K^, \coL-K<t.,Koi-v\'v 



'Ilono-ilkin 



Yauelmani 



Yokut 



U^ono-ilkin ("water's fall"): Yauelmani place name on 
Kern River. —Kroeber, Hdbk. Inds.Calif. ,482, 1925. 



K'ono-ilkin 



Yokut 



L K^oriQ-ilkin: Site at Kern Falls "to which place. .. they [the 
Paleuya/ni ] . as well as the Yauelmani oi the valley, ap- 
pear to have come". — Kroeber, Hdbk. Irds. Calif. , 479, 
map opp.626, 1925. 






Shaatan 

^hasten tribe on Salmon River; their 
name for themselves. Of the two members of the tribe 
from whom I obtained material, the man, Fred Kearney, 
always gave the name as Konomehoo > ^ile the woman, Mrs 
Hugh Grant, invariably gave it Konomeho . Called 
Ko-hah-pah-soo^-ish by the Shaste (from the villa, 
Ko-hah-pah on Salmon River); and Mah-soo-ar-rah by the 
Karok. First visited by me in 189ST Visited by Dixon 
in 1903, and mentioned as practically extinct. Pull 
vocabulary obtained by me m 1919 ana I921.--Ciiwv^. 



e 



• 

See also Ko-hah-pah-soo-ish, Mah-soo-ar-rah,Konomihu 



KoYtO^YVLvV^Aj^ .^V^ 



'Ywe, 



."^ 






^WoLg^^CKV i 




'I 



•"^.^^^Nls-HI?, 






e^^^six 









*— ^>*^fl^'-A_4 -^tJO 




VjLX. oXc-w 







OJLl^ 



• Konomihu 



SVl(X,SU 



0^ 

Konomihu. A subsidiary tribe of the 
Shasta, living at the forks of Salmon r., 
Siskiyou co., Cal., extending 7 m. up the 
s. fork and 5 m. up the n. fork. Their 
language is very diver^xent from that of 
the main body of Shasta. , . (R-.b. j).)^ 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt. l,p.^:i<r, 1907 



Kon-tels-be 



mt mi <m i 



Kah-to 



«i 



Mm II 



Kon«tels»be : Former lo ^chil- ^, 

northern part of Long Valley ^on Jajmes W^ite's^place 



T f 





Koo-bahSJ^mo>e We > 3 hah 

* Koo-bah^Qfe^.o-e: Village near S bank Rockpile Creek at 

Wvc\;CL6Yw with G-ualala River.-- '^^c^-^^ 

kubahmoi: Barrett, Ethno-Geog, Porno, 224, Feb. 1908. 



Kubahmoi : Loeb , Porno Folkways , 



244, 1926. 



S'^e also kubahm75'l »o"t Kv.VcJvv-vnoi.VoeV 



_( 



'V.oo-^Vvoc^ol-\^ 



NokwV 






ou^ CiK» . ^.'V\Z»>A^^Vv,q^, 



§uov (^SUmj. Ko^\\^uaAv 






h. [h. 



^K.t^t^^cika\v\(L XglV^nnjoI^Ao \x€.w- 



\XiJi^ 






YivC^Q^ 



- 0%^^ 








side 



J-Qhg g.: Shaste name for their village en north 
of Klamath River at mouth of l^all Creek.- 



y^ 



3ee also Kutsastsus 



Shoshonean 



" Koo«che-ta-kers^ or Buffalo -eaters' * 

One of the 8 divisions of the Comanche tribe in Texas, 
classed and nained by themselves. --Rcbt.S. Neighbors, in 
Schoolcraft, Indian Tribes, II, 128, 1852. 

(Spelled Koo-chi-ta»ku elsev/here on same page,) 



See also Koo-chi-ta-ku, Koolsatik-ara,'^ Cools-on-tick-ara, 



"^ Ca,^tcV\a-\ecKUa 



mmm 



Koo-chi-ta-ku 

A Comanche tribe in Texas 
craft, Indian Tribes, II, 



Shoshone an 

--Robert S. Neighbors, in School- 
128, 1852. 



See ail so Koo-che-ta-kers, Koolsatik-ara, Cools-on-tick-ara 









\</^ .^^:j^ JLAL^ 



c 



V^CKW(W^<^Vv\»^WV\ fi ). 





j\^ -iU^^ JIVaj^X 



^^^^-v-**- — 



A* — ^^ 



\u "^^^OoqJ^ Xf^iSUz^^^ . 



•^'^^\ 







^ Li ix.(iW kQo\c^aVa,W^ ^QCLnwonv\^Ct.^ftV>;i^ 



Koo-kwah-re'-kah 



Shgs.to, 



Shastan 



' Koo-kwah-re-kah : 3ha?te name for their villaf^e on north 
side of Klamath Hiver at mouth of Jenny Greek. ->cicu,w^. 



Koo-lah "hlab'-be 



' Koo-lah' 



Wintoon 



tkelv 



^hlab-be : Chop -hel-mem-s el name for/vvillag 
Little Stony Greek, 5J miles SW of iunction wi 
Indian Creefe. Told me by members of tribe. — ch^vw^ 



e on 
th 



VtHW fA 








— • ^ 



See also KulaLabe 



^ f 



iKoo^lan^na-po 



*Koo»lar>>na^p Q: 
of BigTilley, 



koo'.U..-vva--^o ^Z^J^^*^f 6^44^ P^ 



moan 




Tribe of Clear Ldce Porno in western mrt^^ 
south of main body of Clear Laker^- 



bee also Kula-napo, Hulanapo . ^uLanapo, Calanapoy-M^-<^?'> 




Kool-chft-ch^^r^roo ! Name (in their own 
Vfintu rancheria with sweat house, on 
River at mouth of Oregon Gulch. - 



Wintooq 

language) for bi^^ 
north side Trinity 



> 



Kool-fflgh _ Midoo 

KoojUa^ (or Koo^loo): Rancheria on Feather River east or 
northeast or liridley and only a little north of 3o^kah 
at Oridley Bridge. Thejpeople were friends with the 
Mitchopdo- Told me by Jack Frango, full-blood Mitchondo 



KcO'loo 
Midu rancheria on N side Yuba River belov/ Torn-cliaw 



Midu 



Told me by Blind Tom of Poo-sco^ne . *~ <24v^. 



HtfV^ Sja^ cic/v..-CuoajJs^ 



v>*XSj>^*i 




^^>x^. 



Koo-loo 



Midoo 



- Koc>-loo (or KoolHgeh); Rancheria on Feather River east 
or northeast of Gridley and only a little north of 
B^kah. The people were friends with the Mitchopdo> 
ToTTme by Jack Frargo, full-blood M i tchgpdo > — cm^ 





KoO^-looA^L 




V^-vs,o.l^(^ VUJUI^ We!>Mvkk) 









^ ?wL^,^ 








il 'W^.L'MSL.X- 




4fr, 1^07 



Koolsatik-ara 



Shoshonean 



'Koolaatik-n.m Buffalo -Bate rs \ a tribe of \]tahl^ry^iinr^.r 
-gSchoolcraft,-^I ndian Tribes, 1 ,' 522 fpopulati^J tlblef""^^ 





i^»lL.\i^%v \T^^. 



»^^t:^ g^'WvOo-w^W^L ^ Xu^iL^ f HibL^^^ 



See alsoKoo-che-ta-kers, Cools-on-tick-ara, Koo-chi-ta-ku 

r 



Koo-Tnah-hah-mah-tQ ) ^ 



Sh aste 



Shastan 



north side 



h^ioi.: 3haste name for their villepe on 
ot Klamath River opposite mouth of Bc^us Cree 




' Koo^nia-no 



Norn- lak-ke 



Wintoon 



' Koo-ma- no: Name given me by Round Valley * Yuke^ for 
Norn laJc-ke (of Paskenta region and south).— 



Pronounced' Koom-n aw by * Yuke ' girl in Deo. 1912,^ 



Ko 



t* 



en 



Karokan 



Ko Qm(Ki: Polikla name for Karok town near Orleans Bar.— 

^ TT Waterman, Yurok Geography, U. C. Pubs. Ethnol., 

Vol. 16, No. 6, p. 188 & Map 2, No. 31. May 31, 1920. 

Note: TheXKarok name for their village at this place 
is Pah>nahrri-neek; i^s fcUL^ 




%^i^k.^OLVv- «WOLivVvvl- Vv«.tVs V 



^9 ., 



•Koom-i-n3 or Kom-i-ne 






Me wan 



Largest aiid most important village in Yosemite Valley, 
situated, on north side on delta of Yosemite Creek just 
below Yosemite Fall ( C^io^-luk) ,. and extending souttoest- 



erly at base of the talus slope under the towering' 
cliffs about J^ mile, reaching almost or quite ta 
Three Brothers (. Haw^iiawk) . Old Griief Tenaya had a 
large earth covered ceremonial house ( Han^ « e ) by a big 
oak tree in this village • The Government soldiers 
stationed in the Valley took possession of the site 
and established tiieir camp there in 1907, forcing the 
Indians out.- Ci4»>u^. 



%A>^ a$tv^ ^ooWvWe.^ 






Kovv^-lcUc-W^ 



NMlvcV^o w. 




NontWV!-V«?- 



^Ku*.. \^it.^ 



Sjo^*SU_V-W UJVv>^ -w^ \v>^ ^ 



* .iroomtcobo^tcali 






Pomo 



Old camp site of "River Division" Pomo, Southv/e stern 
dialect, near sturnniLt of ridge just W of main branch 
of Gualala river, tod alDOut E l/2 mi. nearly due 
H of Fisk's Mills. 
Barrett, Univ. Calif. PuTds. ,^vol.' 6, 238, Feb. 1908 



9ee l\'57vi-c)naLlro'-.c[^ak~V 



Koonkat 
Koonkat: 



Serian 



Hanna 



irises t island of the Gulf of Calif. **is the home, for 
a portion of each year of the Seri or Koonkat Indians 
who visit it for hunting and fishing?— G-, Dallas Hejma, 
The 1921 Eroedition of the California Academy of Science 
to the Gulf^of Calif., Science, Vol- 55, p. 306, March 
24, 1922. 



See also Komkak, Kunkaak, Kmlke, Seri, Ceres, Zeris, 

Tepocas , Tiburones 




-- noo-la-ka-kPi ( moaninp; a coyote ) ' W-\mA sjUL 
in Coyote Yallc:; ( ear.t ")f Miclclle'.t)ml, Lake Co., 

Calif. Palmer's History of Napa h Lake Counties, Calif^ 
Pub. by Slocum Bov/eh & Co.^ San Francisco^pS^yS? ) ,1831 



V\ 



Qla-^o^ 






^-a^^ OLo^\i^>w«L 



^^o-ool-lm-fo 



. Wintoon 



' Ko-ool-im-irffl . ( Ko- opl lum- f o ) : Mame used by 'Wm^ f q of 
Lower Lake for tribe in ?!organ Valley '(Win).--c* 



•K 



y 



OO-bOk. 



\ 



V 



Koc^'-^(xV _ 















-i> Xi^uC^ 



XKLx^^^-olk, \l 



•^), 




fi-V 



-rjixi.^ — g^/^ 










^ljo^ oJU^ U.^»^yoL 



Shaste 



- Kco-roo-tah-tah^^gflh! Shaste name 
known as 'Little Shasta rancheria' 
at Little Shasta village — **up by 
as that of Table Rock.- 



Shastan 



for their village 

and 'Table Rock rancheri 

Table Rock." Name same 



v-^^> 



See Kwe-roo-tah-tah-gah 



Kooritool^: 



Shaste 



Kpor^took:^ Shaste name for their village on east 

Jones. Mrs 
at Ip-sah4^ 



Scott Vallev about 4 miles above ^^t. 



I 



v/as rrised there but afterward lived 



as tan 

side of 
Ruff , 

•wah-kov/.l 



K o ahah" dah- no 

"^ Koosha hH dah- no]_, 
on wes^ sT3e of 
Spring* ~ 



Pomoan 



Former randieria of Dan-no -ka -h Pom o 
Upper Lake just north of tEF ISoda 



KooB>ke (Ko^Mcshe?) 



Bet-^tol 



Athapaskan 



'OB-ke (Ko^-kahe?) : Very large rancher ia arjd band 

("hundreds of people*) of Bet^tol/ U Mat^tol) tribe 
lormerly on Koosct (or Cooskie) Ureek near coast a- 
Wout 3 miles SE or Punta Oorda lighthouse. Told me 
by old Joe Duncan, full blood Bet-tor.— 



See also Kush-kish, Coaski, Cooskey 




SOQ-J sh 



3haste 



Shag tan 



K ;QQg~taht' soo-ish (orj Kos-taht-soo-ish ) : 
the inhabitants of Kos-tah rancheria at 



ShavSte name for 

Yreka, and also 

used in broader sense for all the people of Yreka Valle 



• ♦ 



^ / 



See also Kos-tah 




\Vlu b g. t^f u. kv ^ a v^l 



»,A.s-..»-»v_aJiAY 



KoQ-tsh'- 



Shgstg 



wt?^h-tah : Shasto name for 
south side of Klamath River, 
Shasta River. ~ 



their village 
a little west 



on flat on 
of mouth of 






'\V\5.-Y4V.V i^fc^ 






K g Q- ta t- SQ C) 



3haste 



Shastan 




-soo : Shaste name for their villaf^e on north side 
of Klamath Riv^r 3 miles belov/ mouth of Shasta Riverr^ 



"Kootep 



Yurok 



Kootep (A o^-o-tejt>). A Yurok village on 
lower Klamath r., Cal, near Klamath 
bluffs.— A. L. Kroeber, inf n, 1905. 

Handbook Am. I^dian» 
Pt. 1, j?,y2^\ 1907 



y 



5^< Ko '-\^v> 



K^tep 
Koo 



Polikla 



of 



tep: Polikla name for their, villa.{^e on north side 
Klrjiiath River, between Pek-^^.-ahn and VVav;-tek'^S:&. -- 
Kroeber, Hdbk Inds Calif, map p ?, i92b 

Hohochitdin^: Hoo-pah name. --Kroeber , Hdbk Inda Calif, 
'""j. 11,' 1^25 



See Kavv-tex; 



See also Cortep, Qobtep , Hohochitding, 






Shaste 



3hagt/^n 



• Ko9>ter-rah-kah : :5haste name for their villspe about 5 
miles south of Yreka (about half a mile south of iteh-na- 
paoll and one mile west of Gho-pahni-n^^ K^ cm — ^ 







rw.-x. 




-XA/^/^>^ 



\Y-aLAA.^v/vv^X^AUC?t • 






^-^^ ToI^Vlv\(w^ 



*•/ 



Koot-soo-v/e-sik 



Soo-lsli-t/e-luk 



We«ke village on east side of Humboldt Bay where Bucks- 
port now is. (Present rancheria on old siteJ.X^vii^ 



See also KutserwaLik , KutaovyeLik 



• ^Koot-ta-nuk-ka (or X-^oot^ta-nuk -^ka) 

Middle Mewuk village 2 miles west of Vallecito? 
Dist.and Classif.of Mewan Stock of California, 
Anthropologist, HS IX, p. 345, June 1907. 



Mewan 

'Merriaffi, 
Amer. 



^ 



Tluie. 






^uo^oJU<s V-»<i>eW<».Vv'-W- «^V >AJa.W--be-'v^tu.-V^A ,^^3_awVi^ To^W-U-^tS, 



VvOO-\V^^^\nV\. ($)«.<2.ktiO.VL-^- 



VAJ 



•^S^|,>Vw^>)^v.' ) 



T^^^3: 



e. 



^^*>^^^-<^ Coo'w WNMei^jsweXV 



Koo-\>c~\Mv\:^Vul-JLu ( 



Qx- 



L^J^-^ ti.oJb^ ^oia 



4 



v4"^*-^^'^'^>^ -J^j^j^ 








4v0^ 




Koo 



Kooy ; Rancheria mentioned in Book of Baptiams, San 
Antonio Mission, MS Copy by A.Pinart, Bancroft Library, 



18 76* 
See Escooy 



See also Escoov 



\c 



I 



<^o-uoc- 



i^jO^^ 



Olo^'wex'\:k 



o_ 



Vte^-XM^LU ^ts^ 



HO/naoJa/w Xx/v^vJLv^AJUil^ •VV^Twc'^^^W. ^ixjuJU. 0''\cL-li\\.'Vw-'Vw^ ^V^ B-^-JjoflL^ 










Xuc. Y\Jbo^W ^i>vJuJlt_ Kjok^ .^ CXa-s^ 




V^OO-AXA.- e.-NNe^\:s- e,-kKJ^-is. 



^ 



* 



U Tlvj^^ 











/Vvv^. 






K.O0 > vru.> ft_ »> U>fto- e.-\t«*.'- g- SiccftsA>s 














*/s^9^-^^-^^XKji£j? ' 








-^---^fc^ w\«^^^*--^V.^^'-'-*^^.H£"V. 



c-aii^..^.^ *U.*^ 



^^^viili 



Koo-\nji-kah-che 



rKeVAa'vMOck 



.Kancneria ano h:ind 3 miles above Mernad Falls 



Me-vvuk 



Cx^ 



A/^-x 




^V-^^-^^ TiOScA \N(;c ^ ^ V CO 



tA^A/V> 



l^Bv:^ 



i 



Arcer. Anthropologist, NS IX, p.M^, June 1907. 



Koo-M^AlVvW 



rO<?Yin.^lrvflLlx 



^O0-Hu^-U\\W L^^^Jl>fJUju^x>xj^\ CJ2-uc^ 



T 








5^ tJh^--^^ .vOCil-J^ U, TLT. U;«=«. (!^^«A 






Ti'u.^c 




"-^ 



E2::m 



Wintoon St 



OO 



ve and Co-reh ):. The Capay Valley branch of the 
^ 1 (or -* Kier-win ) tribe reached easterly in foot- 
hills to within short distance of line running south- 
easterly just west of Hershey. Dunnigan, and Zamora 
(Blacks;. Also, following course of Cache Creek their 
last rcha. was only a little east of Esparto. They did 
not quite reach Madison (but other Indians think they 
did). Information from Wm. Benjamin, old Patwin. — Calif. 
Journ. / p.48, Sept.16, 1928. -^i^-- 
Ko-ipe (or Ko-Da): Name of old rcha. half a mile south of 



present Postoffice Brooks, which is on a knoll on east 
side of road in Capay Valley midway between Guinda and 
Capay — or 1/3 of distemce from Capay to Rumsey. 

The old village Ko-p§ was in north end of the big 

flat expansion of valley just below Brooks P.O. Frcan 
it doubtless came name of valley--Capay (called Maw -so 
^y * Klet Indians). Information from, old Indian woman'Juu«.i 



(over) 



\C.^ 



^ 



a. 



^ioJU^iO^. 



^JU^ QuU-bOL 



-tjOJU 



f*^„^ri^^^^ ^ ^p±^^^^(^±y^^^^^^^ 







^-4^ ^U-^O^ g^ \^0 - Y OlW ^ K ~ )p 0>W . 



> 




1 ' X - • 


•a ^ A • 


^«^.. W5^ — 


M^»JL\j6^u«^ 




^ 


m 


-•- 


• 





^ *Kiet Indians , now working at Bone face ranch. -This ^ 
important as determining the source of the name 
eh, the base of the so-called Copehan ramily, now 
"ed Wintoon.— Calif ♦Joum. , p. 46, sept. 10, iy28.-<N*w^ 



K. O ^ b PL W 



KoO - \p(xW 



►^^AJ\ -^. 



<5— >(^V^.,^>' 



• ^JH.r 







kopbHtu 
ko'pbutu : 



^ 



Pomoan 



^7^: M^^'^|^F-,'^i?-%®°^-'' "^""'6 for homtcati. old villag, 
l2^'6. Feb/ 190,0 '■''''^' Ethno-Geos. Porr.o. ^ 

Another vill.^:^e of sajr.e name south of main body 
of Cle-vr Lake Between Cole and Kelsey Creeks. --Ibid 27 



See also Homtaati^ HoW^cVxoL^te 



^ Old camp site of "Clear Lake Wappo Area"^ _£oBLo - di fifc* 




(a summer camp of Li' leek) 



and Kelsey creeks 
junction. 



~ti^J^ 



i.r«i« 



about 100 yds. from present 



From kop, nettle, and bu^tUj knoli:. 

Barrett, Univ. Calif. Pubs.,^vol. 6, 278, Feb. 1908 



K^VvCtWis^ v-Jk5L»tfA wL 



Ajm^-^k 



14{x.jUo<") 5-siU~^ tr Vi.*»3X^ WUc^ To K. , UiU 







^K 



o-\>e 



r 



^ 



NMW 



WW 



\Miu-l 



o^yl 



WC^^3. — ToNM^lIV (,^^-^^ 




ToNMQ-HrS,T->-JJU^ ^ ^::ii>ii:0 ,S^\^, ^^W^Hf ,V^}}. 






^v 



^^^^^^^'^^^^^'^ KCi)p<L0Orv. J^^ 



^""t^J^. 




loiJ-^ 



Am« Vvx^^iL.^.y^ -V ^vIcllJ 



^ 



^J?^ oSL_^ ^ to- ^W 






\MV\\\ 



OCiVV 




^>^V/^^<ANN./a-V»^/OOv^ 'Wlv'^^ 




Konomohoo 



3hastfin 




Konomehco name for their village on south 



Korpa 



Poliklan 



Koppa : Name given on Randall's unpublished map of Del 

Norte Co. (1866) for village on Klamath River at mouth 
of Tarup Creek.-- T. T. Wateman , Yurok G eo/2;raphy , Univ 
Calif. Pubs. Amer. Arch, k Ethnol., Vol. lo, No. 5, pp. 
206, 208, May 31. 1920. 







\^( uvvcisk 









Vw.^,Qu^, lw=^.\,\f X,l?7"f. 



"V^vN^x-s.tr-JU, 1 ^i-^. , \oo, \w;'f«w<U-^.«<t..H4,Hn-si=^<:v-*-^). 



• Kori 

Tribe at Port Trinidad , Humboldt Bay, Calif 

McKee, Senate Ex. Doc. 4, Special Session, 



P 



155. 1855 




*Mt 




Hou'wOs^ '>Axi.4j9k^ Luu^tju/^ ^a>sNAA/ov ^^^-^VJ^l^--^^ Xv^":i>'^f-. 














rVv^-\M\;Ll<, 



\MJLl^ liby , ^^^'^i^-^^u^^.xvj^ 






y- ^x U^ir > "^H ^^. \^0 T. 




Midoo 



Ko>3aw-wo*no 

Ko*aaw-wp*no : Name which old Henry Thompson says his 
tribe L Tan-^kumJ apply to the Auburn tribe (on American 
River).— Ualif.Journ. , p. 71, Nov.l, 1928.~ 



Ko-S0 al-lik-tah 



A'chomawan 



•Ko-se al-lik-tah: Modes'se name for band in lower part 

valley of South Fork Pit River (Alturas region; 
closely related to, if not identical with Ah- 3 tab 
ke-wah^ Uc^May be Hg-we-si- ''^^ 



of 



also 



See , U OS alektogwi. 












V 





T«il^ 



X'-w».^*A-'*-H5L/v3^~-JCxX*>>w CL>-*-^*~- 




"Yvj-^aA^^-* ■ •■»» Kv*' *»Jt pj^ 



• 



oxwve.s,'8^.|K=fle^s,,Q^_K^. v<jv\\\. 



L. I' t) 



tVve.\Na.VL 







K-os 



e-'Wvw^ 



VSM.^. C Xn.-^^:'^^^^ 






'^-<^3,K-^::^ci.^^ J .^u,..^ ^.;^ ^ [V\<\:) 



^-SL>^CioS(L'Vw^<w^S(Cio &i;L^vve&, 



*Ko-se-tah 



Shastavi . 



Tribe' in Shasta Valley, Siskiyou Co., Calif: 




ee. Senate 

Ex. Doc. 4, Special Session, p.l71, 1855. Also spelled Kos-o- 
tah,Ibid.221. ' Spelled Kose-tah bv Cibbs. Schoolcraft's 
Ai^chives III, pl71,1860 



^\ 




lis- 



^\2viiAviCtL xiL|>l^ , M, 6H, u^ inoir 



Eosetah* — C.C.Boyce: 18th Ann^Rept .Bur.Bth 

', J p.965» 



for 1896-97, Part 2: 
1899 [pttl)1.190l] 






*^\t«.V«^.^ Qi^ui.^^^ 



Kosetah 




•Y^t^\^ 



9^. 



KoSr-'Vo-W 




Shastan 

Kosetah. Mentioned by Gibbs (School- 
craft, Ind. Tribes, iii, 171, 1853) as a 
Shasta band of Shasta valley, n. Cal. , in 
1851, but it is really a man's personal 
name. •' v^- ^- ^-i 

Handbook Am. Indians 



^^--^^ Pt. 1, p./^^Z . ^9^7 




Sax. \CoS -WW 



Kose-tali 




jTi 




Gibbs in Schoolcraft's Archives, III, ppl71, 1858. 



^KoS-e-^WW .-" ^WW,^^'^--^:^^'^-^^^-4^^^^-'^^ 




t^S-^, 







Ko-S8-ten 



?kah 



Athapaskan 



.Nun? 



hi 



Che- tez ^KQ-k ah 

lor t,neir summer risnmj camp ^.called 'Fishto'^yn) on 
North Fork Middle Eel River, SE of Leach Lake Mountain 
and NE of Elands Cove. — c/»k/vv>^ 



. Kosipatuv/iwagaiyu 

•Kosipatuwiwagaiyu ( Ko-sV-pa tu-wi^-wa- 
gax-yu, ' muddy water place ' ) . A Pavi- 
otso tribe formerly dwelling about Carson 
sink, Av. Nev. 

■f *•;"'"?* *?:'^^'-^a-8:ai;yu.— Powell, Paviotso MS., 
JB A. K., 1881. tKu'si-pah.— Powers, Inds. W. Nev., 

xMo., i5. A. Jbj., 1876. 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Ft. 1, p.^zy, 1907 



Shoshone an 



' Ko5>kali> tun -den Vsl ah . 



_ / 



Athapaskan 




band 



Nu2^. 



ion.. now extinct. Lan^ua^e same as''B;rdi;nirtrtb^" 

^vords different fran Se^tetbilden k|!^.^ 



'Ut ivith many 




'Kos^WwAe^'^WaU 











' Kos>WvVv 





WexM 



(K'VV 




Native Races, 1,-453, 1874. (^..c-fu^uj 



^-SL>^ JU^ WosWv.^; o^s, , XosWvxOlv/^vvq.. 



Co 



*Kosmitas 



^ u.\-vv \x <: 



\xj^ 



OJK. 



Tli 



-Cisco Mission in ISl^.-jChainisso. Kotzebue's Entdeckun^s- 
Reise, III, 23, ISEl^^itoSit^ ^Usa^^U ^iJU^^ 

''Bancroft (after Chamisso), IJative Races, I,' 453, 1874. 






A f- 



^A./)vv KJ, i 



KosjTiitas.-- A.S.Taylor, Ca.lif. Farmer, June 8, 1860 (after 
Ghafliisso, quoted in 'Alta Calif.', June 1858), 

Koamitaa {or Xomitamne ): Yokut term meaning "northerners* 
som.etimes used in tribal sense. — Kroeber , Kdbk. Inds. Caii 
485, 1925. 



%iix.\LbS\wvVv , Xosws.i:a.\v^<we, , Rosmitas 



n * -% 



'Koso 

' KosQ ! W, D. strong :. ina lysis of Southwestern Soc. .Am.Anthiop 

p. 10, Jan. -Mar. 19^7, . .. . ^ 

^iOMSL foraerly^ now Siof^onif; IfaiD op p. 2* Julian 3i«Hrd 
ini« TribM Sequoia Mi. Park Hefl^on. TSUkt. Pait 3«rvt 
1936. 



• Kos-soo-mah--te 



nve\N'wok.L 



Me-v.xi.k 



Mewwah band about half mile o^\>cv«: Mariposa. Fish pe^pie-- 



lived on salmon. (^UU. v^Ilu klAl^\(\uiU^^ J Aw^^ S. T^iiju ^ 



Ci/k^v^ 



Merriairif Dist>and Classif.of Mewan Stock of Califomiay 
Amer. Anthropologist, HS IX, p. 347, June 1907. 



I 



Ko-soom-ne 



Mewko 



Me wan 



Ko-soom-ne : Tribe on 3 side lower Sacramento or oan 
Joaquin (Hale, Sthnog. Wilkes Expd. p.630 1R46) about 
PO miles from New Helvetia [oacraiientoJ on tae Losumne 
River (J. A. Sutter in H.R. , 31st Cong., 1st Sess., 
Ex. Doc. No. 17. p. 374, 1^50). 



See also Consumne 



Kc-sooLrah 



Shaste 




Ko-SQO-rah : Shaste name for 
side of Klamath River close 
hill. - cMd^N^. 



their small village on north 
to Kopko dam 8nd to a round 



KO'^30-ze*\iin 



r 



• Ko-so«2e»um ! Name 
, at Olancha ( Owens 



v^a>vo^>^\vvrV- - Shos hone an 

given me by Panamlnt Shoshone^ band 
Lake. Calif.) for members of same 



tribe in Coso Mts.— <i^v» — 



See Cpso, Koao 



^ Kossus 



k 



i^ee 



Stanislaus) 



Barbonr, McKee, 




Sen. Ex. Doc. 4, Special Session, 



p 57, 1853. (Chief's name was Kossus; tribe corpprised some 
30 bands or ranoherias, and numbered about 4000.) 



^JDiyv^-flk. 



^^^^Sfc-A^-N-OLftM^ 




'^'^-^^^^--^ fi^pWs^Ov, A^-MJ^, 



\^ 



*This tribe extended from Calaveras River on the north to 
the Tuolumne River on the south. --Ibid, p. 57. 



§-su. '^csL&u^s, '5^^^^;^, ^ Vo^'V\l&\ok\vS,, 



4* 



'Kos-lah-chd- 



«% 



W^yot 



1 



Soo-lah-te-luk 



l> K08-tah-chQ : Nekanni nickname for tls» Wej^otCfrom 
Kos-tah-che the name of Sk Creek ^referrir^ to its 
greasy black wate^. The proper name of the Weyot 

in the language of the Nekanni is Tel-la-bu^~an-na.- 



3nas 




Kq s-tah,: Former large village of Shaste Indians on small 
creek on ground nov/ occupied by poor hospital at Yreka. 
Original place name of Yreka Valley, sometimes used in 
broad sense for all Indians of the valley — usually in 
the form of Kos'-taht 3co '-ish« Told me by Yreka and 
Shasta valley Shasta. 



See also Ko-se-tah, Kose-tah, Kusta 



Ko-stah" ohe' 



Nek-an-ni' 



Athapaskan 




>o-Btah>che ( Kos-tah-che J : i^QK'-ft.n-n p name 
camp at Oil Ureek. SaSe name applied U 
lower Eel River as a tenn of oontempt (« 
dark greasy water of Oil Creek),— ci.t4^.^ 



the 



Kcs-tah-che 



W 



eyot 



Soolahteluk 



s 

y-p^-tahrche: Nekanni nickname for V/eyot of Lower Eel 
River (-InuuiL 













A^,^.7t:l — VM^t Y"®'^ 




te-tea 



^oo-lah-te-lul^ 




-tei^ : A thapas^ can name for a ' Wiyot ^^ 




Kos- 



waht T village site on the /south side of f&d River^^ 
Loud, EthnopceoOTaphy Sz ArahaeoloCT of the Wiyot Territory, 
Univ. Calif. Pubs, in i\m. Arch. &' Ethn. , Vol. 14, p. 290', 
1918. 

"Name said to refer to digging ^vild potatoes' growin 
in wet and marshy ground ana washing them in a 'lake' a 
this place."— Ibid, ft. note p. 290, 1918. 

Site D on accompanying map. 



' Kl|g-ten ke-ah- 

' ^oS't en ke-aji: Najfiie 

ka-ah for Larrabee Creek Indians (from Kos'-tsn, the name 
of Larrabee Creek). — ch^vx^ 



._- At hapaskan 

given me by Nun^^ahSr Set^ten-bi-den 



' K Q 8 x: \A^e\:s 



, KoBtnets {Kd^s Tue^ts, 'where pine trees 
stand'). A Shoshonean encampment 10 
m. above Yaneks, or Yainax, on Sprague 
r., Klamath res., Oreg. — Gatschet in 
Cont. N. A. F:thnol., ii, pt. 2, 143, 1890. 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt. 1, p.^z^, 1907 



SKosko 



K^O^Vv 



KoB -Tu ets 



_ Shoshonean 



' Kos-Tuets : Given by Gatachet as Klamath (of Southwestern 
DregonT name for encampment of Snake India ns 10 miles 
above Yainax. — A. S. Gatschet. Klaiiiath Indit 



N, Amer.Eth. ,¥ol.2,Pt.2, T)*i43, 1890. 



lans, Contr. 




3oQ-lah-te>luk 



Kosnbopla: '^ V/iyot '^ f Soo-lah-te-luk l name for archaeologica 
site on the south side and at a fork of Salmon Creek, used 
in 1850 as a ''ILml!' r Soo-lah-te-luk I villaf;e or camp site. 
— L. L. Loud, Ethnorj;eograp h y & Ar chaeology. of_tlLe_iiivol 
Territory , Univ. Calif 7 Pubs, in /rni. ilrcH. ^ Ethn. , /ol. 141 
p. 286, 

Site 91 on accompanying map. 



Kosunmes 



^Wevwko 



Mewan 



A war dance of Kosumnes warriors, seen on tho Sacramento 
River, described by Duflot do Moiras, Exploration du Ter- 
ritoire de I'Oregon, II, 576, 1844. - 



See Ko-soom-ne 



Ko sun at 3 

Kosunats. A Ute division formerly liv- 
ing on Uinta re?., n. e. Utah, where 
Powell foun<l 76 of them in 1873. They 
now form part of what are known as the 
Uinta Ute. .''^_\._ 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt. 1, p. 72^, 1907 



Ute 



Shoshonean 



I Kot-an-noo (Kot-ne, Kot-na-o) 

Kg t -an -no , Got-an-noo , Kot'ne . Kot^na- 
rancherica at Picajrune. Information 
Coaraegold, ?j!adera Co,, Oct.7, 1930. 



Yokut 

o: Old Qhukchansy 
Trom Chicago Dick, 



See also Grot-an-noo.. Kataniu 



Kotasi . ^.^ ,. ^, 

Maidu village^- Plumas Co., Calif. 

Dixon, The northern Maidu, map plate 38, 1905. 



Mi-doo 



Kotasi 



Midu 

Kotasi. A former Maidu village in the 
N. part of Plumas co., CaL, about 3 m. e. 
of Greenville.— Dixon in Bull. Am. Mus. 
Nat. Hist., XVII, pi. xxxviii, 1905. 

Handbook Am. Indiaix« 
Pt 1, p. /2^ , 1907 



Kotati 



(.J^^aA^Av^W) 



Mev/an 



Old village just north of present tQ\m of Cotati.— 
Barrett, Ethno-Geog, Porno, 511, 1908. 





Athapaa 

Aldfifi: Criven by Goddard as "Wailaki" village of 
the Baakaiya subtribe on east side niain Eel River appar- 
ently 5-6 miles below mouth of North Fork Eel.~P.E, 
Goddard. Habitat of WailaJki, Univ, Calif. Pubs* Arch, & 
Ethnol*,Vol.20, pp. 102, 109 & map, 1923. 






\ t^G 






c tcavien; 



Choshonean 



kotco-vierr.. : Term meaning "n:oney*' 3orrietimeo u^ed to deoi^,nate 

'o^^ie vvomen of Yuhavet^orr; clan of Serrano. ~-V;. D. Ctrong, • 
/boririnal Sec. in Southern Calif. ,p.l9, TJay 28,1929. 



Oqq Yu have turn 




K u.'^tcuvicct: 



KotchAlcTOT-e och-ke r-uk-k^ 



Soo-lah'-te-liik 



Paht^to-walit village on soutii side Mad River li mile 



above moiitb. Tkii)^ 



t2 



/ ^ 



See also Krochgroyekruk , Taeiawa. Tasol-t.in 



* ^^\-^Vlu\<. 



^ ( 



Q^ ^0L-VM-(L-\V9L\v. 




%.\l 



Oo 



-L y^^^i^ JL-^ — ^ No~l<uA . "LASl Vo^ 



^ "(^si^A 




^ 



T 



oo-<oo^vve ~ 



Kotcmitta*din 



Hoopah 



Kotemitta MiTLx. Kot sh~m ot-tah * -dirKl >-> "Said to be old 
naine foFTselundin" . — iP-Ji'.lzoddard, Chilula Texts, 
Imiv- of Calif- Pjbs., Pmer. /rchaeol. h Ethnol., Vol.10 
ivo. 7 , p, 256 footnote, Noveniber 1914. 



See also Tselundin 



Ko-te-nah 



\\^\, %i\ 



Wintoon 



Ko- 



te-nah: Klet win name for their village on Cortena 
Ureeknalf mile above Green's JRanoh. Told me by members 
of tribe. — ov. — . - - 



U'v.- y ^^ ^ *-,.>. 



>-• -V* --^ C> » V -*■ 



Yisited Ko~te~n^ rancheria again and 
and description of old roundhouse. - 
pp. 23a & 31-33, Aug. 10 & 19, 1928. 



worked up diagram 
Calif. Journ. , 



• •' 



See also Kotina, Cortena, CortiniiS 



J^ 



* Ko~tep': Polikla name for their village on north bank 

Klamath River between Pek^- w a hrf _a n d Waw-tel^MP , Told me 

by inhabitant of village,^ e^oww^^^ - "'• - ■ 
i^Vank Isles, a full blood from r:equa, tells me it is a 
big village about^^l/4 to l/2 mile above Johnsons. He 
pronounces it* Kaw-tep . — ^^ — 

Writ ten- Co-tep and- Cor-tep by Lucy Thompson. 



See Kaw-tep 

See also Kootei), Ko-o-tep, Cot-tep, Cor-tet(typog error.) 
Cor-tep , Qo^-O'tep, 



WAV .» ^"^. 







r-*-''^'^*>>o 



• j^^L^Jla. 



H^»^^--^ ^-wju^ -v-*^ Lvi .4^v-«Lvv.A 'fc^'^. 0^^ Hoi."- Q 



* 2:5 ^ thv;i 



Poino 



Old village site of "Valley Division" Poino, Central 



dialect, near S bank of Rancheria creek 



>rlV«€« 



i about 3 



mi. belov; Yorkville. 



li)TR>^0 • Q OH POMC. 



Barrett, Univ. Calif. Pubs., vol. 6, 177, Feb. 1908 



Old village of "Main Wappo Area", Wappo d i alec ji^ 
about 1/2 mi, NE of E end of Alexandte valley bridge: 

over RuBsian river, and about 5 1/2 mi. NE of Healds- 

burg. OvU\\vooW^ c^M^cLxiJ^^oJi^L^i To-wvO. 

JProm ko^tic, black oak, and mo'^ta, hill* 
• Tcelhe^lle i[l S Porno. d4aloct noma * Prom tcel, white 



oak (?), and he'^lle , flat. 
Barrett, Univ. Calif. Pubs., vol. 



6,(^1, Feb. 1908 



h 



o.^'--^^ ^Xw«^ w< U| wc^>4,o^»|^:fe^xXj^ J^i'^os- g^ koUe-s«.k>W-Uk. 



^l-Ww^ 



Koti^na (j- k ^ -le'-KOLl^ ) 



Win tun 



Old village of Southerly dialect i' near E bank of Cor- 
tina creek on the "old" Robert Williams place about 
1/2 mi. S of house now occupied by ISru A. L. Koessell 
Valley and three creeks take name from this village. 
Village named from former captain or chief, 
Barrett, Univ. Calif. Pubs., vol. 6, 296, Feb. 1908 



^>-aJ^ H^i'te.XCk (fc4^ K^.'V-wW 



\C^-\o--Ol,\v 



U' 



vsse-woL'Vv 



_\vwLd 



^m-SjLAr^..OUV/^ >J>k/V^-gAN.V>Js-XK^ \ Av^I^^^ qAkVnQ^ \JL>sJOOv-K^l3Jl j^ . 



T^ 



V^o^ 



Ajoy ^jA^^^ 



>i 



VL\V<2^ 




CyfclAv>^ 



^■43,. JUoi. \<\\(o>.i:o^a- . (^v.o-\rfta ^ V^w olA" QJX . 



KotO"Plo*nemi3 



Mewuk 



Uewan 



KQ)tcHT)lo«>nemia : Mentioned as tribe sigrrir^ treaty at 

Dent's orosBin§ on the Stanislaus May 28, 1851. 
(Pah-k©-no mentioned as chief.)— Daily Alta Califs. 
May 31, 1851. 



See Ko-tup^plan-nah 

See also Co-to-plan-e-mis, Co-to-planmis, Cotoplacietme 



Kotsava 



F^^^nr/nr^nfinn 



•Kotsava (from kozabi, an insect used for 
food). A Mono band formerly living 
about Mono lake and Owens r. and l:tke, 
K. Cal., numbering 300 in 1870. 
Caso.— Maltbyiu Ind. Aff. Rep., 94, 186G. • Cazaby 






Pah-Utes.— .Campbell, ibid., 113, ISTfl.^'Kots-a'- 

va.— Powell, Paviotso MS., B. A. E., 1881 -Ko-za'- 

- . bi-ti-kut-teh.— Powers, Ind. West Nef., MS., B. A. 

*--w4JC1n>A.^UJ^ fr }^^^' ^ ' worm-eaters'). Owen's River Indians.— 

X -N/>*^v^ Maltby in Ind. Aff. Rep., 94, 1866. 



Handbook Am. Indiant 

Pt. 1, p. ^:lS ^ 1907 



Sjb^K-oo ^4-i<^^^Vv ie-l^^ 



-L 1 IW 



9 



A— JaSb_MM 






'K o-t se- tg 



ides 
site 



of 




.: Kfiiiojniko name for their vills 

outh Pork oalmon at mouth of Methodist Creek 



'i^*>w^ 



Kotsil-hQwi-lQli 



-lah'-te-luk 



Kotsil-howi-loli : "Tfiyof' i Pfth-to^wahtl name for one of 
their villages on the north side of Mad River at mouth of 
Vance Creek, name meanin^^ ^*crow-come-creek/* Athap ascan 



name fo 



or same place, Kaieidik i k-tin . — L. !• Loud, Ethno- 

eoOTaphy (i ArchaeoloCT of ^h© V/iyot Territory, Univ. 
all f. Pubs, in Am. Arch, ic Ethn.', Vol. 14, p. 288, 1918. 

, Site P on accompanying map. 



3ee also Kaiai'dikik-tin 



• ko^tstyu 



Porao 



old village of "Valley Division" romo, ilortherrx 
dialect, in mountains at a point probably about 
2 1/2 mi. south of Willits. 
Barrett, Univ. Calif. Pubs., vol. 6,\l45, Feb. 1908 



See Kaht-se-yn 



» ••. 






T-vv^V 



9. 




r v^.:&-os.v.— ^tk.j vos-1, nu. 



'Ko~1A.-'^CiVlOlVlS 



^ 



IL Vo^K 






Siiic_C!.o\;LcL\\(k'VvS, ^\jlcl\\(X\vS, W^KolVv. Kiv"\^W(ivv(^>nak.'*^^. 



' KowL' jiga 



Toiigvan 

Kowanga. A former Gabrieleno raii- 
chena near San Fernando mission, Los 
Angeles co. , Cal. Probably identical with 
Okowvmjha, or with Cahuenga, q. v 

Kowanga.— Taylor in Cal. Farmer, Mav 11 'i860 
Owongos. — Lawson in Ind, AfT. Rep. . 13. 1879. 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt. 1, -p. yzf , 1907 



^itA. \<^^VM^w:^c^,^a.Wv^e%vj(x,Ov.ov.}ds. 



-•> ^ V X 0«v. -Vv f. 



* Kowanga 

Rancheria formerly near San Fernando Mission, Calif-^.- 
Taylor, Calif. Farmer, Vol. XIII, No. 12, May 11, 1860. 

quoted "by -Ban- 





•- hi- m~ 4 





croft, Native Races, I,* 459, 1874. 



s 



■6i- 



lx-_i 



^..0^ 



_i? \.*<v>-^v\ /? 



t»L' 






/o--. T 



tX *^ #^ f» V 



• 



\^a\' ^ v-^^- fr> , 



''\va-«^A ^ 



^r ^ 



V^O\M-5^-^olW, %^k.a,W- \N \ s -sa\x_ 



Tv^\^ 




MxL^s.^ i^ NUA^NtiJlLu JU...^^ ivw^t^ >\oc~co.olW ^ 



/ 




CC 



TJo^ 




■*^*^1^^^^ 






^^^^^'^ VovM^'Vw^'Vv'Vv^L CCwJ; 



^VGj ^x...^ \1,\^0H. 



IfcujvjwvA^ ^ ^./^Jjuv^^t;^ .M^isx: 






Ko-»v;stch-ah-hah' : Shaste 
of Scott River on south 
chief and a great place 
out.) Named from jcott 



Shast 




Shastan 



name for their village at mouth 
side of Klamath River. Home of 
for fishing. , (Place now 7/8shed 
River, Ko-wats-ah-'hah ^. Im H<uwc4..uu^ 



J.i.^X^<^ [ \UoJ^^\C\ o^ ) c^AiU^ Ko-Wu.V4(x^ |^fea^. >cvt^ 



CV^/V^^MAAJI 



See Ko-ptch'-a-hah, Kp-wats'-S-hah, Kc-vmt'-tap'-hah. 
Kwatch-ah-heh, O-v.'ah-tah-ho ^ * 



Kow-b o> koo> 1 i* nah Harrnfo 

Kow-bo-koo-li-nah and Kow-e^nay-bah : She-kum Pomo^ 
nsumea for' Ham-fo (MS iJ>efHriinrf <»^ Lower Lake tribe. -- 



See Ham-fOj C / . 

LiBfi " 






I -bah 



^ Hain- f Q 



PomooJfv 



' TCowle-aab-bah and 
f r "Ham- f o . 



TCnwlhn>koQ-li>nah: She-kum Porno names 
o_^i -• -^^^j*^ Lower Lake tribe.- 




See 'Ham-fo, 
*lyee also <x« 

'':a-wxna. 



/^ssibly ,u 
Kamina 



sed in sarrte sense .Khawina, Hawina, 



Ko-we-noo 



Chukch anay 



Yokut 



TC^ 



we-noQ : Chukchansy rancheria oh Coarse Gold Creek, 3 
3i miles down stream from Coarse Gold. Information 
Chicago Dick, Coarse Gold, Madera Co. ,0ct.7, 1930. 



or 
fro 



1^ 



a^ 



C- 



K onN ov-v v^O- 



? 

V 



shsl 



Kahchiah 




Ko-we-shal : Kahchiah name for their former village 
at Blacks Point, coast of Mendocino Co. Told me by 



members of tribe.- 



^wT cal 



/ 





Barrett 1908: L^^i) 



^A 



^/ 



See also kowical 



Kow-goo»mr«'e- nah 



Kam-fo 



Poffioan 



Kow-2;oo-mi-e-nah or How-^oo-mi^ernah : Name used by 
Uiear Lake t'orpo CHan-nah-bah^^^Jjt< for £l>lem-fo trib 



e 



of iSulphurbank (or ii^ast) Arm.- 



Yo-K:i«.(v Po 




See El-lem-fo 

See also How-koo-raah, ka-mina 



^ -r 






L\A.\ 



^^S«^KO. "^ 






A 



-I-L>JLaLAAJt/Vv^ u"^-^^^ 




B-l- ^ V- \ 



'J-. I. i^V~^ X._Di. 



Ko 



\MVOl 



^uoc ^ Ol\vVOc W Q^ 



IHK. 



^.UL.(4f--Y^\i^^rUi, iiool'^F^^^^^^^^^^^ 



j^^. - ti^ ^ HM, 6ir4, [^o!t 



^owi'' cal 



(^rKo-'^Ai^'-AAlj Kah-chiVah 



Porao 



Old village of "Coast Division" Porno, Southwestern 
dialect, at Black point. TJrs important village. 
The point also "bears this name, "because Just off 
the point there is a large area covered v;ith mus- 

sel rocks. 

From ko, mussel, and wica^l , ridge. 

BTHNO - GEOe. fOMO. 

Barrett, Univ. Calif. Puhs.. vol. 6,^229, Feh. 1908 



Ko-we-shal 



Kcwichkowicho 



Yokut 



. Kow.ichkowicho : Kechayi re ha. or place name above Kochoyu 

i which was ubatream' from Millerton).— Kroeber,Hdbk.lnds 
Calif •.481, 19 25. 



See Ketch -a-ye 
See also Kecnayi 



Vco'-vmiU 



TU. 







KVV. 



'^^-i^^^~«^^--«^ <yL.W«./wJL^5Libt r^L/--.. " 







COp 0U^\<jOJVv, 



S o^ Ao>JL->^ e A uJin, 



^JOU oi^— ft- V- 1 - \w\\V.W 






S 6 -]^<a_W-'t^4vA.k 





J00| Vac.a.1- 



^'^ ^ ^^ f^ ^iLeiju^xxAj^tV 'M-,^^^-JJ ^^\ 






^ 



M 






VVv*j»u»XJ" 




^"-^ ^ |iuiJU CKo-Wv(f ) ^-b^StoAgLW-tgAu.V v^ vwJUJb^ 



^AJL-V/N.^AA-PS^.X *"* 



^ 



v^-vm\u, Co-m\\[v.^u^^,e^.vK,;\\, K6ci/u:iW:k 



Kow' 'klab^be 



Choo-hel'-mem-ser 



Mintoon 



* Kow^ *klab-be; Choo-hel-mem" sel ' ricime (meaning 'elderberry 
village* ) for village north of Grapevine Creek. — o%^^ 



Xowoniu or Kohoniu 



n hukchanay 



Yokut 




^WQ niu or Kfahoniu: Chukchansy rancheria on Picayjine Cr. - 
Kroeber. Hdbk. Ind3. Calif. . 482, 1925, 



e 



VCo-\Aje- "vsozj 



r. ~) 



Kow-00-nah ka-ah 



Han>-fo 



Eomoan 



* KoY/-QO"nah k a- 
formerly on 
people" .S, 



ah: Yo-ki-ah n&me for Sulphur Bank tribe, 
HTlem Island, Name means "water on top 



ISee Kl-lem-fo, see^Ham-fo 
See also Kow-goo-mah, ka 



n ^^ 



'Ko^sbah 



Bo-vah 



Porno an 



♦ Kow-shah : Name given me by Bo»yah or Coast Porno for their 

village on top of Greenwood Kicfee, aboiit 5 miles back 
from ocean. \Big Toermanent villase)* Information from 
Stephen Parish of ft. Arena, a member of the tribe. — cu^ 



See also kauca 



-Ko 



\NSV3 



^^^ |?t*f a^ 









\o\lu.\ 



^ 



o\M-a.-joLK v^Wo vM-vNvs.sa . , (K 5iA*-,Xw4ju^ -bvJU 







^ 'vwM, U :t^lY^jfCc 



:>J^?o. 



ih-'tsJLU^^ 



^ 



«. V 



Kewsia: At one time represented on Tule River Reservation, - 
History of Kern Co. 96, San Francisco, 1883. 



* Kowsis. 



Yokut ? 

Kowsis. A tribe mentioned as roaming 
intheTule r. country — territory occupied 
by Yokuts tribes— in s. eentrarCalifornia 
in 1869 (Purcell in Ind. Aff. Rep. 1869, 
193, 1870), but not fu rther ident ifiable. _ 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt. 1, p. -^xcf , 1907 



^^"''^'H^' ^iA^-^^ tvv^\'^*>\MeVx -. Ko^Uvn^olS 



V 






See also Kashwali,Kasua,Kas-swali,Cashwah 



Kow^wahk 



Midoo 



Kow~\vahk ( Ne-nem 

wan--no-- ~rancheria^najne 
in hills betv/een ^imerican 



Gow-wahk, 

e): 






urta-ta GovZ-wahk , & To~sow- 
_heir own name for own tribe 
& Yuba "Rivera, Nevada Gity 
region & northerly to San Juan & Challenge. *^ Informa- 
tion and vocabulary from: Mrs. Anna Barron of French 

and 
1928. 

Calif. Journ., pp. 53-55 & 76, 192.^ 



Corral, Sept. 27-28, 1928; and old Polly Hamburi 
blind Richard Yemie of Nevada Citv. Nov. 11 & 1 



S^^ ast. H^fUtvc^ . J t^ev,<^cLc.Ci^^,Ca\v{-^Tw;<t , S^^t^V^oaL.-^^^ 



Kow~wahn mah tin-be 



Wintoon 



fkei 



,: Choo-hel-mp-flfil nflm<> for^village 



♦Kow-wahn mflh 

1/4 mile west of Le-doos^ ^hlahlh^ whiVh is'at"6ld 
I'Sdoga i -.-j: mile N of present [1923] Ladoga post- 
off ice. j Told Ee by members of tribe.— e^*^ ^ 



Ko-wut-tap-h^h... Shaste Shastan 

Ko»wiit-t8p-»hah : ohaste name (in^v^Hamburg dialect) for 
their village at mouth of i3cott Hiver on south side of 
Klamath River. Home of chief and a great place for 
fishing. (Place now wa??hed out.) Named from Scott 
River, Ko-v;atg~ah-hah\ See Ko - v/a t c tf-a h-ha h' ^ 

A^^^ U-tx-. IJVA.H^. 




bvc>|»«».t^, ^ 'v 



See Ko-watch-ah-hah' 



K.0\Nl-NM<5.'^-\uJL ^^^ ^o^V\ Wv VV Ov 



Q 



'w -Vf ^ \ i 




^, l-^IOQ. 



CL«sA.->— ^'^I>OLt\ C^VNJS . 



^^^^^^^/^'-MHAxA^ aP '^is-aJtwA-^^JU, ywL^^^w^ 



• % 



"Koxwgp or Coana (Koxhwa'n)" K, 
^^Koxwsn or Coena (kdxhwa'n) and 



W V q Vsy^OL. 



i 



Yuman 



_ .- ^ . , , — Quiqaiina (Quicoma)'*: 
Tribes long extinct, Encountered by Alarcon on 
Colorado River below the Great Bend in 1540. Alarcon 

traveled up the river by boat perhaps as far as 
Parker in 1540." — C. Daryll Porde. EthnograDhv of 
the Yuma Indians, TJniv. Calif. Pubs. p. yS. Deb. 12, 

)u?i; o^®2^A^^^^nS? ^^^Se as same as Quigvuma 
(Habk. 2, 340, 1910 J. 



f 



Ko-Yo-che 



Me-v,Tjik 



Rancher ia and band in foothills between Merced and Tuol- 



f. 




name meanr. *salt people*. 



1 



old me by Indian Wilson of 

^ — 



CllA^ 




o f Mewan Stock of California. 
Arer . Anthropolo^l . st , }J? ^ IX , p . M7^ JnnA iqo? 




Shoshone an 

. Koyuhow {Ko-yxi-Jtow^). A Paviotso 
band formerly living about McDerniit, n. 
Nev.— Powell, Paviotso MS., B. A. E., 

1881. 

Handbook Am. Indians 
^- ^»P-;^;, 1907 



-Kozabi Pa~Uta ^V^-^^" 

Bands of Piute in Owens Valley ^^^ Calif. 
Gatchet, Archaeology V/heeler Survey, p411, 1879 



(iK^te^ 



.r-.M.Mv.,.,.HVri3k : 'TaivQi'' [ML=M=2alliJ name for one 

of their villages on the south side of Mad River, about 

mile from the mouth. At.hflpflSCan name for same place, 

— L. L. I^ud/mnc-^-^^^^^ ^ ArchaeoloCT of 
, ffiynT Territory, Uni v . Ce 
Ethn.Vv0l.i4; p. 287 , 121a. 

Site B on accompanying map 





See Kotoh-kraw-etch-kcr-uk-kah 

See also lasiswa, TssoLtin 



KyocW 



Vvaxo\k 



V.gtToWo-Vu 






Kshiu kehiu 



^umashan 



mm^m 



•Kshiu kshiu. — Fonrier rancheria of Santa Hosa Island on 
site of old ranch. Spanish spelling given by educated 
halfbreed to H. V/. Henshaw at San Buenaventura, No v. 1884; 
(Henshaw's BT)elling' K*ci«wu-k'c i>wu.) — H. W. Henshaw, 
MS Vocabulary San Buenaventura langu^e (2 copies) Nos. 
293 & 844, Bureau Ethnology. 



See also Kshiwukshiwu, K'ci-wu*k'ci-wu, Xiucxiui 



H *. 



Kshiwi;kshi\vU 



Chtirnagnan. 

Kahiwukshiwa {K'ciwuk'dnmj.' A for- 
mer Chumashan village on Santa Rosa 
id., Cal. — Henshaw, Buenaventura MS. 
vocab., B. A. E., 1884. ' 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt. 1, V'/^ , 1907 



Kfloaxaiciuie - 

Ksos^uiauie or Santa Ysabel : 
Libro primero de Bautismos, 
MS, 177 2-1823* 

See LsQskiquihe 



Rancheria mentioned in 
Mision de San Luis Obispo, 



K'tah-koi 



/ 



^mm 



Tu-le-vc^me 



Mewan 



*K*tah-koi 




P- 75, 



Name applied by the * Ham-fo of Lowerlake to old 
village a little north of present town of Lower- 
levcfae name for it, Tsit-3ah-vo^ne > --Calif, Journ 

1928.- 



See: 



111^^^:13^' Tsltsapogut of Barrett 



r;/ 



Ct su kav/ai 



romo 



»*■ 



Old village site of Porno, Southeastern dialect, on 



K shore of East lake 



ah out 1 mi* ITE of S extrem- 



ity of point which forms N shore of strait connectine 
main ^ody of Clear lake with East and Lower lakes. 

yikaleycT XEastern Pom o>^( ^ia - l |^t namo ) from pato^l . 
oak hall, kal^ , tree, and yo, under. 
Barrett, Univ. Calif. Puhs.,^vol. 6, 209, Feh. 1908 



Kuanupan a^ock : Loeb, Porno Folkways, ft note 
(after Hudson) . Evidently typo-:raphical 



Pomoan 



p. 310 
error for 



See Porno 

See also Kulanapan 







kubahmoi 



Y/e-shah' chum-mi 



Pomoan 



-C 



kHbahmS'T : Old village of "Gualala River Division" Porno, 
Southern dialect, near S bank of Rockpile Creek at its 
confluence with Gualala River. — Barrett, Univ. Calif. 
Pubs,, Arch, k Ethn. vol. 6, Ethno-Geog. Porno, 224, 190 

Kub ahmo i : LoebA confus^ as to the ^^eography of the re- 

• ^^ ♦^Rock Pile^ 

*-w*w .»v^w,v^*^.. vvv*.^— -N^/ -.« -V ^..^.y^ad of Rockpile 
Creek whereas the village Koo-bahSP^mo^e was at the 
mouth of this creek — about 12 miles farther west.--c<*^ 

Kukahrrioi ftypog. errorj. -«Ibid 361. 



_ "gA COL ^ ^ ^ 

gion, puts Kubahmoi jKoo-bahw^ mo-- d] at 
but Kockpile (Kah-ba^h5j is at the, j:ie£ 



See Koo-bahS^mo-er 



'kuh i ' 



Porno 



One informant gives this ss^narae of small inlet on 

A^W^ /*^u >^ ^VAv>CtVv tl IjcJiujL^J^ji:^ 

v.c.c.t«i.-ii t3nore oi uieaFli:^ and says there was a.^!:^ 
^camp or village of same name; others a^att^inlet fU^ 




settlement. 



:) 



-Possibly the camp s i t e'^kalaVbida . 



■i 



Feb. 1908 



■an 



irOmO 



Kuca^danoyo (-koosWo^W -(\o^k-vvo-'V4o^ 
Old village of "Upper Lalce Division" Porno, Eastern 
dialect, on S bank of Scott^^s creek about 1 1/2 mi. 
SW of town Upper Lake and about I/4 mi. IT of Yo^butui . 
From kuoa ^. live oak. dano ^. mountain, and _yo, under. 
Barrett, Univ. Calif. Pubs^^^Vofi^^e, 187, Feb. 1908 



Ku - ch i -b i ch - i - wa-n ai/ Pal -u ]-) 

Tribe on South Fork of Kern River, CaliT! 
Powers, Tribes of Calif., p 393, 1677. 



. Bee Ti-pa~to-la-pa 



scan 



Old village site, on N bank of S Fork cf Eel river 
about 3 mi, SW of Cahto, Site about 1/2 mi, E of 
the Clark ranch house. 

From kuc, aider, yi^u, under, to^ water, and kQt, 
creek. 

Arrh. ft Mia 

Barrett, Univ, Calif. Pubs,,^vol, 6, 282, Feb, 1908 




"^K S Vv X Ji, ck >>- 



(^^.UiU^ROU.) 



1jv>^ ^OS^vCt€,. "^ I'OvAjJim^^ (X/v^.^ 



^^--^tUj^.,Kl, :z.(;?, Hoi.. Qlk^*-.^*.^.--^.^ i<^^ iUoskr^n^t.) 



SiLv^ 4. & k vd: <e. «S:<-, 



m'-e 



V. / 



Mldoo 



■^^*» 



Kure . ( Kuk-e ) : 

Si 

Journ. ,p.71, Nov.I^ 1928.- 



: Name which old Henry Thompson says his 
rJcfflJ apply to the Oroville tribe •--Calif. 



Kuhla-napo 



Pomo 



TCuhla»napo :or Vater lilv people,* who rc.n^ed southwestS^. 
ward to Adobe Creek. --Kroeber, Hanc 



p. 232, 1925. 



andbook Indians Calii. , 



Kuhlanapo : ** t o the south' the land belor^ed to the Kuhlana- 
paTTWater Lily Tribe) as far as -Adobe Creek. •*--Edwin 
M.Loeb. Pomo Folkways, p.207,~-Sept. 29, 1926./?/faC*M^/i^'H 

Ghulanapo : ^f^u^^ u-«-Jl-«^-^ -C>^ UA,Pov^ T^eVkwa^i^ ixcy l^iz.6. 



kuLanapo: Barrett .Ethno-Geog.Porro, p. 192, Feb. 




,1908 



-Kuhlenapo_: Spelling by Loeb, Pomo Folkways, p. 209, 1926. 



See 
See 



Ku-lan-na-po 



also Hoo-la-nap-o,kug.anapo^HvA.\a.-wa,po, 






Tacc-po. 



Kiib1»n«po 



Pomoan 

Kuhlanapo (from kuhla^ 'yellow water- 
lily ' [Nymphoca polysepdla] , napo, * vil- 
lage ' ) . The name of one of the groups of 
people who formerly occupied Big valley 
on the s. shore of Clear lake, Lake co., 
Cal. Theirs was the ^^\ part of the val- 
ley, extending from Adobe cr. on the e. 
into the foothills on the w., and their 
territory was definitely separated from 
that of the Khabenapo to the eastward. 
From this name Powell (7th Rep. B. A. 
E., 87, 1891) formed the stock name 
KulanapaUj which he applied to all of 
the Indians now usually known by the 
name of Pomo, and living chiefly in So- 
noma, Mendocino, and I^ke cos., with a 
small detached area in Colusa and Glenn 

COS. f<t)^ 8. A. B 

Ghula'-napoAA. L. Kroeber, inf'n, 1906. Hula- 
napo. — Gibbs (1851) in SchrK)lcraft, Ind. Tribes, 
111,109,1853. Huta-napo.— Ibid., 110 (misprint). 
Kuhlanapo.— S. A. Barrett, inf'n, 1906 (lit. 'yellow 
water-lilyvillage*). Kulanopo. — Latham in Trans. 
Philol. Sbc. Lond., 77, 1856. 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt. 1. p./^^>, 1907 



- Kuhpattikntteh ( Ku¥ -pat-ii-kuV -teh , 
'squirrel-eaters'). A Paviotso band for- 
merly living on Quinn r., w. Nev. — Pow- 
ers, Inds. W. Nev., MS., B. A. E._, 1876. 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt. 1, p. ^j2., 1907 



Shoshone an 



Ku-i-ya>mu 



Chumashan 



*Mi«k 




• — One of two large and populous rancherias 
eblos Canjron on Santa Barpara Channel, the 
other rancheria being called tfi-p-i^u * — MS Vocabulary 
obtained by H. W. Henshaw at San buenav entura » Nov. 1884. 
Spanish spelling Cuy a mu . quoted from educated half- 
breed.— H. W. Hensliaw, MS Vocabulary San Buenaventura 
language (2 copies) Nos. 293 & 844. Bureau Ethnolc36y. 



ee also Cuyamu 



t t . k 



Kuiyainu. 



r 



Chur/iaBhan 

Kuiyamu. {Ku-V-ya^-mu). One of the 
two former populous Chumashan vil- 
lages, popularly known as Dos Pueblos, 
w. of Santa Barbara, Cal.-) (ii. w. ii.) 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt. 1, p. /J^ , 1907 



See also ^^^^^ 



1 — c^.i 



,v 



^--^^K^ 



->gf— 



' Kuka : ^ 

j(uka.-01d Potrero village.— Sparkman: Culture of Luiseno 

Indians. Dniv .Calif .Pubs. Am. Ardi.&Ethn-. Vol.&, 

191, Aug. 7. 1908. 



^lA>^ Vo^ttX 



Kukamonat 



Tox 



r^ 



Serrano name for C"iicarnon£'a. 



Kroeter, Ethnog. Cahuil.la Indians, Univ. Calif. 

Pubs., Am. Arch. 8c Etlmol., vol.8, Juno ^ OSf>, 54 y Jj^M IfJ^ 



4^K^kowou^c^,c!K^^v^ovv^(vX^-V^wD^^oL^Ukcvvvo^.^ 



Mahnioi [typog. error] 

Kukahnioi : Misspell in.^ for Kubahmoi.- 
F-^61, SepL 29. '1926. "^ 



Pomoan. 



aiso 



Loeb. Porro Folkways. 
Ibid 244 ixnd 362. 



See al^,o Kubahmoi 



Kukamo-ng-a 



To 



VV 



JM^ 



Jose Sevaldeo (an old San :!anuel Serrano) gave thi 
as Serrano for Cucarnonga. 

» 

fReid, Kukomo-gna. ) 



s 



Kroeber, Kthnog. Cahuilla 
Pubs., Am. Arch. & Ethnol 



OVvxO - qVco^ 



^ 



,iu;Ji. 



Indians, 
, vol, 8, 



Univ. Calif. 
Ju ne i<!OS ,/ggT^ 



S^ JUA-<ic^C6. Vx^(5 K ^^ ^Ku.W(X\Vv,OXo.^ ,K^k0LVv\<)VvQt\ 



Kuk-kah-hoo-lah-che 



Rannheria avd p 



Me -vivik 




ITJle ^ll)QVG Wi1-le-tO Jl.w Vjlxx;juL 



I^a:'^^-^^^ JL^ •J^.^JLl^s^iL [xX^ £w^^ ^fc^L^a^ r| Z!!....,.^^ 



l^t^sj. A/^^ X^ V^joc^ A 'v^tdju ^L^J^>u^-v^ A^-<i — J<-\nl:^l^,4>..v^] ^ c^>^ 



MerriaiG, Dist.and Classif.of Mewan Stock of California, 
Amer, Anthropologist, NS IX, p. 346, June 1907. 



Kuls 



Midoo 



IrTbe TTah-kum 
Journ. ^ p* 



Name which old Henry Thompson says his 
apply to the Oroville Iribe*— Calif, 
ov,i. 1928*- 



Eiikomo- 



£na 



To 



XfllXfO, 



I 



Reid's spelling of Cueamonea . ~ k>..»JU,, 5>j), t 

Kroeber Ethnog. Cahullla Indians , Univ. Calif 
Pubs.. Am. Arch. & Sthnol ^une Cf 03, /^ 



s^ <s^ ^'^^^^^n^'^^^^^*'^t^^'^,^wcowo<5-K^ 



Chumashan 



' Kulahuasa ( San Lucas) 

Rancheria tributary to Santa Ynez Mission, Calif. -Taylor, 



Calif. Farmer, Oct. 18, 1861 
Native Races, I, 459, 1874. 



'Bancroft (after Taylor), 



See also Kal-a-wah-sah'^ Calahuasa, 



^-A>^ OlSL«^^>- 



-OL 



\M 



romo 



Old village site of Pomo, Southeastern dialect, on 
E shore of Lov/er lake in Burns'^ valley and about 

2 1/2 mi. ami of outlet of la.ke. Site separated 



from Xuu^lhidai "by small creek. 

Barrett, Univ. Calif. Pubs.,^vol. 6, 208, Feb. 1908 



»• % 



Kulayto 



Mi-doo 



Maidu village, Butte Co., Calif.(^\Ki ^l'V«.vvAjtX.o^^ 
Dixon, Tlie NortheiTi Maidu, map plate 38, 19Q5. 



Kulaiapto 



Midu 

Kulaiapto. A former Maidu village be- 
tween Mooretown and the village of 
Tsuka, Butte CO., Cal. — Dixon in Bull. Am. 
Mas. Nat. Hist., xvii, pi. xxxviii, 1905. 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt. 1, p./^>?, 1907 



' kula'kai 



Pomo 



Old village of "Valley Division" Pomo, ITorthern 
dialect, about 2 mi. south of Sherwood station, 
on southwestern shore of small wet-weather lake 



on 



Russel] ranch. 



From kula, prohahly the yellow water-lily ITymphaea 



; . f 



polysepale, and kai, valley. L^^"^'^"^~ ''--^1'' *-T^^"''i>[^ ,'^-^^ 



^^ a.?.XLnC^ -^ V^ 



Barret:. Univ. Calif. Pubs., vol. 6V/146. Feb. 1908 

Powers calls it (i.e., the peonle) Ku-la ICai Po-tho , 
and Powell follows with Kula_iiM-_?orao (^^ J o o t n o t e). 

See Ko-lah-ki' ' r n 



Ku-la Kai Po-mo ( /little puCmpkins^grov/ing on water ) PQ-rrr 
Band .in Shcrv/o-od Valley, Mendocino Co., Calif. 
Powers, Tribes of Calif., p 155, 1877. 



Kula Kai Pomo : "Kula Kai Pomo (Sherwood Valley)". — Powell. Lin- 
guistic Families, p. 88, 1891. [Tribe of Kulanapan family.] 



See Ko-lah-ki 




\p\!^X 



VERSO 



' Kula^Labe ^^Koo -UW'-'l^le^V-U) 



Wintiin 



Old village of Southerly dialect, on E bank of Little 
Stony creek about 5 1/2 mi* SW of confluence of Indian 



creek v/ith it. 



JkTch. & ^th 



Barrett, Univ. Calif. Pubs., vol. 6, 297, Feb. 1908 



9^ 
J 



See Koo-lah hlali-be 



-» • 



•.- ♦ -' 




^firnily 






Porno an 



Kulanapan Family. Adopted bv Powell 
(7th Rep. B. A E., 87, 1891) as the name 

f Jj"^\"^*'^' ^^^^^y in Sonoma, Lake, 
and Mendocino COS., Cal., comprising the 
group of tribes generally known as Porno 
q. V. See also Kuhlanapo. Jj^ ' 

' m^St" "it?^';;^'^^^ '" Schoolcraft. Ind. Tribes, 
. „• a\' ^^^-^ ^^^^ ."*^"^ of one of the Clear Lake 
bands). >Mendocino (?).— Latham in Trans. Fhilol 
fihai, n . ' 7^'.P.6 ("ame suggested for Chowe- 
shak,Batemdaikai,Kulanapo,Yukai,andKhwak- 
lamayu languages): Latham, Opuscula, 343. I860- 
Latham. E em. Comp. Philol., 410, 1862 (as above).' 
^romo.— Powers in Overland Monthlv ix 4<w 

?«^r^M^*72,l^*^"«'*^? description of haS't and^f 
J«51»ly); Powers mCont. N. A. Ethnol.. in. 146. 

l^Vi/*"^'^^}' '•^"^- 1^1 (vocabularies of Gal-li-no^ 
m»5-ro, -io-kai'-a, Ba-tem-da-kaii. Chau-i-shek 

K-n/w';,„r."il*".?K"P^'x-"'*'*^"*' Venaambakaiia! 
Ka'-bi-na-pek. Chwachamaju); Gat.schet in Mag 
Ani. Hist 16 1877 (gives habitat and enumerates 
i^« ?«-?7.^^™'^^^=- Gatschet in Beach. Ind. Miscel., 
43b, 18/7; Keane, m Stanford.Compend., Cent. and 

^i A„°ilV *'^?>-' ^'^' A^'^ (includes Castel Pomos. 
Ki Cahto Choam, Ghadela, Matomev Ki. Usal or 
Calamet, Shebalne Pomos, Gallinomeros, Sanels 
Socoas, Lamas, Comachos). <Poino.-Bancroft.' 
Nat. Races, ni 566. 1882 (includes Ukiah, Galli- 
nomero, Masallamagoon, Gualala, Matole, Kula- 
napo, San6U^onios Choweshak, Batemdakaie, 

Chocuyem,piamentke,Kainamare,andChwacha- 
maju; of these, Chocuyem and Olamentke are 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt. 1. -D. 7^ J 



IX^LAlTAPAir 



PQKOAN 



* ^KuIanapan Family'*.-- rowt.ll. linguistic feftilies, p. 87, 1891. 



See POiiO 



• KulajiaOQ Pomo 

One of the two groups of Pomo stock in Big Valley, 
south of the main body of Clear Lake, Lake Countylthe 
other being Kabenapo jV 

Written Hu la-nap o by Gibbs, Hoo-layna-po by Slocum, 
Bowen & Co. . Kura-napo bv Hudson(published by Masoi^Palr 
anapo corrected to Talanapo by Purdy, and Kulanapan lstO' 



ck; oy Powell.^ 

Nam.e from. kula\ water lily, and napo , village. 

Written j^anap'D by Barrett, who states that their 
territory extends "from the vicinity of Lakeport around 
to Adobe Creek", where it m.eets the Kabenapo . --Barrett. 
Ethno-Geog. Pom.o Indians, 191-195, 1908. 












f«p 



Kula-naoo 



To 



Vvv. C OuVu 



''One of the Clear Lake Bands in NW California. Their Ian- 
raa^e IS spoken by all the tribes occupying the Larp-e Val- 
py-rrl-V^ewig Aboriginal Languages, 97-95, 1658. Refers 
to (jiDDs's vocabulary m Schoolcraft III. W.W.Turner 
(after G-ibbs) writes it Kulanapo on pp.212 and 239. 



^- 



Kulanapo . — J*atham. Trana.Philolog.Soc.Lond., 77, 1856 (quoted by 

Powell. Linguistic Families, p. 87, 1891). 



See also Kulanapo, Hoc.-\<x.^->x(3up~o. Ku.Vv\a--napo, kuLW7ta.po 



• K\A.-W->vG^-toO ( 



Ux. 



T 



0>V\o 






XUUsJLlvx 



Ku~la-na-p o> -.-Powell . Vocabularies, p. 492, 1877. 



^^t(x\%Ci, Ku.K\ 



I I 






Wa.ttr L\^ Tr,>e: kKV-oCncp 



Zula^tio 



j.-omo 



Old village of "Russian P.iver Division" Pomo, South- 
ern dialect, on summit of ridge between headwaters 
of warm Springs creek and Uiw^^-^j i' Gualala river " 




and ahout 3/4 mi. TO of Leppo's dairy 




which is afsuramit of tfaxs: ridge sen* on road between 

Hussian river valley and Stewarl^s point on coast 
From kula". proh. a plant, t^, ?, and _ya, ijinder. 
Barrett, Univ. Calif.. Puts., vol. 1^221, FeD. 1908 



^^S^ 





Luiseno name for 3an Klijo*- 
Dialects of California, Univ* Calif 
Ethn., Vol. 4, p. 148, 1907. 



. . ^__ Yurna n 

Krceber. ohoshonean 
Pubs. Am. Arch. Sc 




_ . Yuman 

Eiil£l2inai: Luiseno name for place south of Apua Hedionda, 
on the coast, meaning "little woody/'— Kroeber, ohoshonea 
Dialects of California, Univ. Calif. Puhs. Am. Arch. ^ 
Sthn., Vol. 4, p. 148, 1907. 



'Kulenapo 



^0>vv 



OJ)r\ 



Wilh.Herzog.- Vorr/andtschaft des Yumas|irach- 
ta;arn3s, Z3itsc}irifb filr Sthnclocio, X,458, 1676. 

So'ilt en sajae oare (456) 'Kulanapo .KulorYopo 



O ucu 



Kulonaoo. 



GGinpariscn of v/crds '/Tit/h those cf Al eut! 



See also Kulanaoo. 



Kulenopo 




To'Vwoa.Vc 



s 



\Yi In . He rz u£^ . — Vo r//and t-schaf t. do s Yiirriasoracii- 
taiTirrios, Zeitschrift fur Kthnolcf-ie, X,,45b, lb78. 



C-ornpariscn o 



)f wcrds \vith these of Aleut. 




Seo also Kulanaoo. 



wl^gf5^^S3p^. 



Kulkurnic 



Maidu village, Nevada Co., Calif.l^wXo^dolW 



Mi-doo 



Dixon, The Northern Maidu, 



map plate 38, 1905. 



1^) 



Jvulkuinish 



Midu 



Kulkuiish ( Kulkuinic) > A forrnor Maidu villa/^e near 
Colfax, Placer co., Cal. --Dixon in Bull. Am. Hus. Nat 



Hist., XYII, pi. XXXVIII, 1905. 



Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt. 1, p./J^, 1907 



mp 



I 



•Kul-le 



Kah-tah-we churn-mi 



Pome 



^ Kul«le ( Kahe- 1 e or Kol-le) : Name given me by Pomoan 
Kah-tah-we chum-rai for their large rancheria, the si 



te 




hi'cFTs covered by the present tov/n of Healdsbui^.^ 



^^1^ 



S^e Vv'e-shum' ^?i.t'-bah 
'^oee Also kale 



^^ul-meh 



Mi-doo 




Villaf';G 3n Feather river, Yuba Co., Calii. 
Pov/ers, Tribes of Calif, p 282, 1377. 



KClmeh.— Powell. Linguistic Families, p. 100, 1891. 



See also Coolmehs, Yolculme ^ 



Fu-lo-nium 



■iia 



Mi-doo stopk 



Village at SusaiCville, Lat^son Co. , Calif. 
Powers, Tribes of Calif, p 282, 1877. 



• Ku 1 omum 



Midu 



Kulomuin J Ku'lo-nyuia) . A division of Maidu liviiic: 

at Susanville, Lassen co., Cali^- -Powers in 



fonnerly 



Gont. M. A. Etlmol., Ill, 262, 1677. 



Handbook Am. Indiana 
Pt. 1, p. /^-/, 1907 



' Kulomum,— Powell. Lineuistic Families, p. IOC, 1891. 





Kjilii: Yahna village on Mill Creek, about a mile north of 
the mouth of Little Mill Greek.— T.T. Waterman, Ihe 
lana Indians, Univ. Calif- Pubs. Am. Arch, u Sthn. , /ol 
13, Map 1, 1918. 



Kulul 



Olhonean 

Kulul. A former village of the Kalen- 
daruk division of the Costanoan family, 
connected with San Carlos mission, Cal. 

Culul.— Taylorjn Cal. Fa rmer, Apr . 2Qj_18G0.^ 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt. 1, p./j/, 1907 



^.JOs^ ^ii-aLV ^VX^Lu^L 



Ki>v\.ek^ 




KwAcJxe,; Kola^q^ , s-fu>^ Qu.UWe. , a-ffj^^ 








. \RoX . 



^.^^qJLVq (JLujeAcWe 



• Kurnacliisi 



Yokut. ' 

Kumachisi. A former Yokuts (Mari- 
posan) tribe that lived on Tule or Kern 
r., Cal., or on one of the intervening 
streams. — A. L. Kroeber, inf'n, 1906. 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt. 1, p.^JV", 1907 



SKbiktvve.ax 1 



^oWuct ! 




^., CaJio^^H^-^^^ 







imachisi . Komecheai . Kometsiosi . Kumagheai (plural KumachH 
wadi ;: Tribe centered about Hoachiu on White River. Some 
tirres known aa "Srnall Paleuyami". Sometimes identified 
with Shoahonean Giamina. i^ialect may have been Paleuyami 
/ype. May have been ShoshSnean. — Kroeber, Hdbk. Inds. 
Calif.. 479, map opp. 526. 1925. 



••s 



[Ovie^ 



h^ '^^H^r^^'^^' M^' Tribes Sequoia Nat 
^=^n. Nat. Park Service, 1935. Map op. p. 2 



Park 



Kmiaini 



^^AX^ V-C«>wv-X^ 




Kumaini. A village of the Awani for- 
merly at the lower end of the Great 
Meadow, about a quarter of a mile from 
Yosemite falls, Mariposa eo., Cal. 

Coomine.— Powers in Overland Monthlv, x, 333, 
1874. Ku-mai'-ni.— Powers in Cont. N. A.^Ethnol., 
Ill, 365, 1877. ' 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt. 1, p./jv', 1907 



t 



Kumbat 



Modok 



Lutuamian 



* ^unibat : Given by Cjatschet as 'frdok ca/npirx^ place on 
rocky southerners ide of Tule Lake , "once inhabited 
by aoout 100 Kumb at wash , who were mainly Modocs, 
with an admix'i^e of Pit Riv er . Shasti , anBTTClamaJii 
Lake In dians, ** — A.S.Gatschet, uon'.r.T, Amer. llthn, , 
Vol- 2. Pt.l. p. xxxii, 1890*^ 

Spelled Kumbat or Guirib at ; Kiimbatuash . Kumbatuashkni 
or Kumbatkni . Ibid. Ft. 2, pp,i&9-i60,i 

Kijinbat wash-Modocs , Ibid. Pt, 1, p, xxxvi. 



Kumbatuash 



Kumbatnash. The native name of the 
inhabitants of Kumbat, a rocky tract of 
land s. w. of Tule or Rhett ]ake,*^Cal., ex- 
tending from the lake shore to the I^ava- 
beds. These people are a mixture of 
Klamath Lake and Modoc Indians, and 
are said to have separated from these after 
1830. 

Cum-ba-twas. — Meacliam, Wigwam and Warpath, 
577, 1875. Giimbatkni.— Gatschet in Cont. N. A. 
Ethnol., II, pt. II, 160 1890. Kumbatkni.— Ibid. 
Kumbatuash.— Ibid. Kumbatuashkni.— Ibid. Kum- 
batwash.— Ibid., pt. I, xxxiv, 1890. Rock Indians.— 
Meacham, op. cit., 610. 

Handbook Am. Indians 
^t. 1, p.^^J^, 1907 



■N 

Kumbatv/ash 



Mod ok 



Lutuamian 



Kumbatwash: uiven by Gatschet as division of I/odoks 
witn admixture of Pit River , Shasti and Klamath lL 
<km, on rockv southern side of Tule Lake.— A. S. 



Cratschet. Klajriath 
Pt. l.pp. xxxii & 



Indians. Contr. N, Aner.Eth. .Vol, 2 




l^'ritten KiWtmg^-Modpcs. Ibid. .Pt.l.r, 
'atuagn. Kumbatuashkni h KiMiatkni , t 




!^i>tfS 



See a.l3o CombaUvash. Cijiro-ba-twas, Kombatuash. 



Ku.\yv Wv-^^wv 






y f V 1 ' 



Vj)owOk. 4^i>-^ Tit "RVv ^V J^JLUX/V^.^, 



TJUw>.'.-(X^ ^.- '^i/UA^/-.. 



/ 



Kum-mo-win 



t^Ldoo 



Kum-mo* win: Oct. 15, 1928, visited family of Kum-mo-win 
(oFTSTf Tan-kow ) at Bald Rock Indian settlement 7 miles 
northeast of Bidwell Bar, GSt several hundred words of 
vocabulary, many different from previous Kum-mo-win 
vocabulai7--may be KonMcow. Calif. Journ, , p. 65. ^ 



See: Ti-yim f Ti-im4 



-5 c 



ufh 



Kum-mo sow-win-nah 



Midoo 



KumlmQ SQwlwinlnah: ^Name [but not proper tribal name! 
applied by the Kowiwahk of Nevada^Cify to Americ^^ 

H^^^L^""^"^! if- ?^1?^)- Information from old Polly 
Hamburg and blind i^ichard Yemie of Nevada City, Nov. 
±± cc i<i, ii:^<6o. — Oalii.Journ. 






T^ 









V^-^o U^ «y^t^ TaUVv^ekQ 




'^^Bliaec 



See also Dumna 



« • 



Kumnom 



Yuka name 
pt.2, 96, 



for Nui-mck (Kroeber) 
1910 [under Nuimok) . 



Wintoon 
Handbook Am.Indians, 



Kxuwxl-Vc-vvl^ 



^oWuA 



K.U^Vy^'-^e_-Y^\^^ » CLVlOC.wlt»i>xe. >»-*.vvvA- ^0^ \KlWtcKvc1vvVvV •\VjxvMed^'R.W 



• Kuna'^wi Wintun 

Old camp site of Southerly dialect^ location indef,, 
prob. about 3 mi, NW of Tancred and about 1 mi. NNW 
of old village of Ki^si ^ which is also indef • locat- 
ed prob. about 2 mi. a little N of W of Tancred. 
Barrett, Univ. Calif-. Pubs., vol. 6, 297, Feb. 1908 



^ ^ 




• Ku^ndihi C- ICook- J.^-WO W l h ^ Win tun 



If 



Old village of Southerly dialect^ on N bank of Putah 
creek prob. about .8 mi. above town of Winters. 

" * ■r,h ^ mh 

Barrett, Univ. Calif, Pubs.,^vol. 6, 294, Feb, 1908 



* Kuneste 

Kuneste (Wailaki: 'Indian'). The 
southernmost Athapascan group on the 
Pacific coast, consisting of several tribes 
loosely or not at all connected politically 
but speaking closely related dialects and 
possessing nearly the same culture. They 
occupied the greater part of Eel r. basin 
includmg the whole of Van Duzen fork' 
the mam Eel to within a few miles of 
Round valley, the s. fork and its tributa- 
ries to Long and Cahto vallevs, and the 



Athapaskan 



the Yuki, whose territory they bisect at 
Cahto, where they penetrate to the Pomo 
country. The Kuneste subdivisions are 
Lassik, Wailaki, Sinkine, Kato, and Mat- 
tole. (p K G ) 

?^?'-?f.*lT^°^^"^'''' "^ ^«"*- N. A. Ethnol.Viii, 
,-nr,. ^'ZJ^/'J^", ?'*™^^- Kool.-A. L. Kroeber 
infn 1903 (\uki name). Kuneste.— P. E. God- 
dard, infn, 1904 (Wailaki name). 

Handbook Am. Indians 
^- l.P. 7^^'; 1907 



\\\ 



^-cv. ai^--^\C^W- ^a-*l;<i_ 



Kuneste 





Atha 



: Name applied by Goddard to "southernmost Atha- 

faskan group on the Pacific coast, consisting of several 
ribes loosely or not at all connected politically, but 
speaking closely related dialects." (Handbook, Pt. 1, 
735, 1907) 

Later Goddard treated the southernmost members of this 
roup under the name Sinkyone (Goddard in Handbook, 
t. g, 577, 1910). 



^bkS:~^v>LWe,ai 



Q- c^ 








''^-a-j-JLrtXo^ va*-^^vJ^^^*-^v_y •*-• V^^ . *^^ «4*ft^*.^ 



^^Tv-e-s^ 




^ 



Kunlcaalc 



_S^yvolVl 



H 



>l 



ikaak . — '37 J McGee (quoting lIcGee & Johnson, 1896): 

Bept.Bur.Eth.for 1895-96: p. 129, 1898. 



Kimkaak; "According to Llashemfend the clanmother known as Juana 1 

the proper name of 'the tribe Imovm as Seri is Kunkaak 
(the first vowel obscure and the succeeding; consonant 
nasalized; perhaps K^-kaak or I^-kaak would better ex] 
the sound)." McGee^ JJtui , p.l^3. 



See also Seri , Kmike , Komkak , Koonlcat 



V^XLVl- VlVlL - ^ f\ \^ 



"^M-VM^k 






Kun- te s- ch jo'da^^ 



ov \<.ev\l-t«-<4J^o'-^ 



f i — 



- Lo-la hn-kok 



A thap a sk an 



Kun-tes-cho'^be ! Lo-lahri-kok name for their rancheria 
at Myers on E side South Pork Eel River, Humboldt C9unty, 



C^W'V^.v^ 



V 






K,>vvolW 




S> ^o3l3A cJU^^Wvll^V (v^ 



CkWQCVvv~>Wi?.^V 




^ 





g^-^^tju: 



1^ I^Oyrbrf\X> 




^ 



*"P t— ^^^ — 



»^ >-W^ ^l^sX^^I^K . 



•1 



Ku'oa 




_ S rv« 5 KotN.e'^Yv 



"^'Agua Cdl 



L^ AiS^^ 

isaien^e? -^Sparkman: Culture of Luisen" 



In- 



dians-. Univ. Calif. Pubs.A5i*Arch,& Ethn. Vol. 6, 
191, Aug. 7, 1908. 




"ahuilla name for c3fHrei Uupeno 



or 



A, 



d^e, located upon Warner's Ranch 



villag 

Glans ''cc Moieties in '^o, Calif.. Univ 

Lroh.cc Ethn., Vol. 14, p. 192, I9l8. 



frua Caliente 
—iil/W* Gifford. 
Calif .Pubs. in Am 



kura: . La,r-^8 3t; vill-i;e of Cupeno , a/o 'j<urner*3 Hot Sprin_^,3. 
--W.D. S~£rorv:;,-Abori{;^irictl S c.ijj Sut'w-n Calif. ,de!:aiiea 
di3Cu33i :)n,7p.lP4-16o,^;Q., ^y 28.1929. 



^iui>^ \L ft t> - b Ok.V 



^^-o^ d2<^Cit<t>«. 



Kupa^Takikturn . 

Kupsnakiktum: "The Cahuilla speak of t 
Kupafiakik turn, ^ meaning 'livini^ at P^upa, 



2hj2s]iaae.sji 




1918. 



the Cupeno as 
' which was the 

arner 's 
Calif., 
192, 




a.: '^err^^HQ, "clan" living in San Bernardino Mountai 
— N], W- Gifford, Clans & Moieties in 3o. Calif., Univ. 
lif. Pubs, in Im. Arch, d: Ethn., ''ol. 14, p. 180, 1918 



Ca 



'Kupatcam ( Hupatoam ): Serrano name for The Pipes, 10 mi. 
back in the mountains from Mar ingo. --R.F.Benedict, 
Brief Sketch, Serrano Culture.Am. Anthrop. ,Vol.26,No.3, 



* Kupe^tcu i-Ko<^^^ 



^•-CdW 



0<. 



00 



Yuki 




Old camp site of "Main Wappo Area*' 

at Harbin Springs about 4 mi. NW of Middletown. 

Barrett, Univ. Calif. Pubs;,^^vol. 6, 274, Feb. 1908 



.'7 



l.>M 



V » 










To^WV Wul . 






TVll 




JUu PJoCjt 



•Kuppish ko 




Bo- yah 



\Wlw\ 



OOVc 




y2..>,^^/0^y^^ ^lXk-^>a^n^V 




dtStfK^ 



Pome an 



KuTOish ko : Name given me by Bo- 
tlffeir village ne^ir ocean on what is knovvn as Cuffeys Cove 
Vpemanent village). The name 'Cuffey's Cove' is a cor- 
raption of Kup^pish ko, - 




KuG«a'm-v;e-rok 



Karok 



Fishing cajap SE side Klojnath Rivsr about 6 miles below 
Happy Garnp. VLoa>jUt. rv^^^wj^. - ^'H-^ — . 



Kush-kish 



?.Te^ 



Mat- fZl 



AthaDaskan 



Kush -kish, :JJentioned in Humboldt Tirces of August 7, 1658> 
as TTaving heen placed on Mendocino ReservatJLon with their 
enemiee tb.e "Tee -oc- a-walls" (= Te-ok-ko-wiljg is a term 
used by the Humboldt Bay Soolahteluk for "other tribes* 
and is usually applied to coast tribes south of Eel Fiver 






Written Coaski (from place of s;>me name near Mattel e 
River, Humboldt Co,) m Indian Indenture of Feb. 1861, now 
on file in old Court House at Eureka, Calif* 

Written Coo skey in Indian Indenture dated Aug. 9, 1862,. m 
Eureka Court House. 

Kush-Ki sh: Tribe on coast at Shelter Cove (southern 
Humboldt Co.), Calif.-- Tobin, in Rept. Indian Commr. 
for 1857, 693, 1857.1-'^ H-r-ct:^^''-<Hos,t^b^?l 

Kushkish. — Bancroft (after Tobin), Native Races, 1,449, 
1874. 



Kusli- nahsh- kis- tun 



\U^-S 



Athapaskan 



Ku8 h-nahsh-kis- tun : Hah>wun-kwut name for village on 
juaxe Jiiarl about a mile rrom vi llage of A-choo-lik> 
Told me by Sam Lopez, full-blood Hah- wun- kwut , -- a^^ 



See also C^Aeit\\\tisbto-»i ' ic cs dt-\c'-l" 



^ 



1^ y 



* ^ 



^Kusil^ _or 'Cascel Chumashan 

Rancheria tributary to Santa Ynez Mission, Calif. -Taylor, 



Calif. Farmer, Oct. 18, 1861 
Native Races, I, -459, 1874. 



Bancroft, (after Taylor), 



See also Casil, 



Kusi-Utahs 



Shoshonean 



« 



Bancroft (after Remy & Brenchley,186l), Nat.Races of Pa- 
cific States, Vol, I, p. 440, 1874, C^v* ^OvsW^jt^ 



?\wi 






U, H\X(^'^-^^^^--^)i\^Gl. 






<^ 



K\x-s.VvV\^W 



~Tj^>-*Joj^ 



V\\JN^ ^L^jL^ (C!^ ^V^Hev ^ov^. 



Kjisia 



Shaste 



Shas tan 




sta : Shaste village shown on Dixon's Shasta map as at 
Yreka. — Roland B. Dixon, The Shasta. Bull. iim.Mus.Nat. Hist 
Vol. 17, Part 5,liap Plate 59, July 1907. ^^^ kos'-.-tKk, 



3ee Kos-tah 



- Kutghan tsee - Yuiaa'] 



^( 



i populous tribe living in a wide circi^t 
Itudied in 1876 by Lieut. E. Bergland. — 
g:,^^eeler Surve'/. Mln. 1870 



xvvve^n. 



V 



:^7heeler Survey, p415, 1879. 

^iJllxL oJLm^ • Vvyg. - CI ul^Wk ouJ^-Cu^ 



around Fort Yuma. 
Gatschet, Archaeolo, 



OLwes 



Kutaoan. ^i Ih.lle n: cfr. - Ve r.vand t scriaf t do s Yujna^ orach- 

t.v-inas.^Zi?itschrift fiar ?]thnclogie,X, 4^^,1678. 






•^CJJU^ 



Sju^<JU-«^ ^U^C-VVO^Vc 



ir 



utcaviat 



Sho shonean 



^utcaviat: Serrano place name at Big Meadows, or below, 
Santa Ana River. —R.P.Benedict, Brief Sketch Serrano 
Culture, Am.Anthrop. .?ol.26,No.3,369, Sept. 1924. 

Kutcaviatum: Serrano group at Ku tea viat . —Ibid 569. 



on 



See also Kotcaviem, Yuhavetum 



Kutch-a-wi ~aw-wik 

Kutch«a-wi-aw-wik : 

ner at Trinidad Bay* — 



Ner-er-ner 



Poliklan 




name for band of Ner-er- 



'mmmmmtm 




Ku--^ 



SOL-nv. 



^ 



^"Vv^OlYu 






M, 




CUv 



&u...ai^^|.. 



10 



. Wo^ . 



Kutsc istsus 




D na s 



Ihcjgtari 



• Kutgar;tvSiis: 3!u^f:tc village shov/n en Dixon's rnap as on 
north side of Klemsth River, east of Jenny Greek. — :icland 
B. Dixon, The ohasta, Bull. Am. Muf^. Nat. Hist. , Vol. 17, Tart 5, 
Map Plate 59, July 1907. 



Mamo obtained by mo 
Fall Creek. ~c^u/w^. 






Koo-ches~ches , located at mcuth of 



3ee Kco-ches-ches 





^ :Joo-lah -te-lu]^ 

L3oo-lan-tG-lukJ name for archae- 
oldt Bay "located close to the bay 
near the present terminus of the , 
ed in 1850 as a "Hivoi" f Soo-lah- 



camp site.-- -L. L. Lou 



f 






thnogeog- 



f the Wiyot Territory, Univ: Calif 
Ethn., Vol. 14, pp. 269, 286, 1918 
ccompanying map. ) 

[Loud gives Kutsowelik as name obtained by Eroeber d: 
V/aterman for this site, p. 295. j 



Koot-soo-we-sik 
3ee also KutsoweLik 



• Kutshundika 

Kutshundika'C buffalo eaters' ). A band 
of the Bannock. 

Buffalo-Eaters.— Schook-raft, Ind. Tribes, I, 522, 
1853 Kutsh'undika.— Hoffmiin iulToc.Am. Philos. 
Soc, XXXIII, 299, 1886. 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt, l,p. 7y^J. 1907 



Shoshonean 




s» 



KntsoweLik 



Soo-lah-te-lik 




suma 



1l: Name olDtained "by Kroeber cc Tfeterman for 
bly archaeological or modern village site 



on 



Humboldt Bay, "located close to the bay shore m Bucks- 
port near the present terminus of the street car line. - 
1. L. Loud, Stfinogeography d: Archaeology of the i/iyot 
Territory, Univ, Galif. Pubs, m Am. Arch, k ii^thn. , hi. 

14, p. 294, 1918. ^^ . .^ . t. 4- - TV 
[Loud^s name for villap.e on this site is KutserwaLik, 

p. 286, 1918. J 



See ^.voot 
See also 



-soo-vve-sik 
Kirbservvaliik 



• T^W't-'toQ^ 




V^^VMoJiv 







/ 



V^^-^l 



ruu^lbidai 



lomo 



Old village site of Porno, SoutheavStern dialect, on 
E shore of Lower lake in Burns* valley and about 2 
mi. mnv of outlet of lake. Hesidence of T. G. 



Turner 



is on this site. 
Barrett, Univ. Calif. 



Pubs., vol. 6, 



208, Feb. 19C8 



SWo^h. 



&4>h.o'w^Q»^Vc 



'Cj»~^*^sr ^«^~xv^ 






iO%^t^^lDl 



4 





Vo^J»->^ ^\>^(K\> O. A CxV 




Vv-UL\fgLW YVH^ \ "^''■"-^^^'^■*^ \o^-^^JU>Jv. 



^ 



QUOwOtaNi? 



&~^ 




- KiivahflivJTnp : Mohave name for "the Serrano-speaking Indians 

of Tejon Creek and vicinity ;*Lknown to the Chemehuevi as — 
Nawiyat ( Gitanemuk ) ,--!_»__ L* . Kroeber , OriHn Tradition of 



the Ohem 




, Journ> Ain> Polk-Lore. Vol> 21, 242 

1908.1 



■S^— jSmSvI 



^ 



^' 






■~^U ^tv> « G'^-Vv."^ 



§rA^O^-^L5'^^-^^-^^-J»^/^^^^^fe^^-ixj^^ 







Kuyam or •Guyama 



Chumashan 



JRancheria tributary to Santa Ynez Mission, Calif. -Taylor^. 
Calif. Farmer, Oct. 18, 1861. 



See also Cuyam, Cuyama 



ii 



Kuyam > or Cuyaica " 

Eancheria fonzierly tributai*y to Santa 
Bancroft (after Taylor, Aug. 21, 1863), 
459, 1874. 



Chumashan 



Inez Mission, Calif 
Native Races, I, 



^uyama, Onytum ' Cuyain> Kuyama 



Kuvama 

Kuyama. A former Chumashaii village 
near Santa Inez mission, Santa Barbara 
CO., Cal. 

Cuyama.— Taylor in Cal. Farmer, Oct. 18, 1861. 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt. 1, p. //»?, 1907 



Chuir.ashan 



See also Kuyain, Cuyam, Cuyara 



' Kuvamskaiks 

Kuyamskaiks {Kw/dm-Sk-d-iks/'craw- 
tish trail'). A branch of the Klamath 
settlement of Yaaga, on Williamson r 
Lake co., Oreg.— Gatschet in Cont. N. a' 
Ethnol., ir, pt. i, xxix, 1890.. 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt. 1, p. ;7/^, 1007 



a 



• - 



Lu.tooainian 



Kuvo 



Yauelmani 



Yokut 



Xuyo : Yauelmani place name 
channels of River draini 
Hdbk. Ind3,Calif.,482. 



below Bakersfield on one of 

toward Kern Lake.--Kroeber, 

25 • 




See also Yauelmani 



She shone an 



' Kuyuidika (* tsuckar-eubers* ) • A 

ly living near the site of Wads\vorth, on Truckee r 




band former- 




V i 



O Ci 

^ ^ ^ 



— Gaiiipbell in Ind. Aff. Rep., 119, 1366. 
Co oyu: fee\'ie it. - -Pov/e ra in S-dthsori. Rep., 450, lb?6. 
Ki3-T.nj,ilcii-ka. .- -Powell^ Rviotso MS. vocab., B. A. E 

1681. 'Wun-a-muc-a* s (the Second) band .--lnd. Aff. 



Rep. 18b9, 574, IboO. Handbook Am 



Indians 
1907 



Kyakhajfnaju 



Kahchiah 



Pomoan 



' Kvakhainaju> -W> W. Turner, in Ludewig. Aborig. Lang. 
239. 1858. 



See KwakajTfiayu. 



2<? Q o-l s o ^ K 



w ex, c 



U 



yyy (X-lLiAy^ 



tri/-SU^ Ye 7ioLa.7vil-OL\<a.v; 



Kwa~h^3~pi~r^h 



Shast^ 



Shastsn 



-/ 



Kwa~ha~pi~rah . f Kwe-ha~pi- .rah. Ko-ha»pi» ratl) : Shaste name 
for their rancheria on flat st Henley, near Hornbrook. 
Name same zb tliat of Henley flat, and sometimes used 
loosely for the Hornbrook region. Similarly, the term 
Kwe-ha-pi-rah-cho o-ish is sometimes applied to the inhab- 



itants of that region without regard to the particular 
rancheria to which they may belong. 



3ee Kv/e-ha-pi-rah 



Kwa-le-ki 



kcLk- 



^^^^•-slV^, 



Shoshonean 



•f*o4<^ 



botany of the Coahuilla Inds. of So, Calif, p. 27,1900. 



V 






Kwah-palsah-ge-rnh^ 




ohaste 



h--pri-^r-;h-se~rah ! Shaf^te neme for 
3cott; Valley on site of present ?t. 
big rancheria. The name, meaning a 
of the site — the Pt. Jones locality 



their 
Jones 
liRht 



3ha--tan 



village in 
villa^^e. /, 
spot, is 



that 



%^^» 



Ewahr-ro-took 



3ha ste 



Kv/ahr-ro-took : Shaste name for their old 
side of 
Greek. ^ 



Klamath River, about half a mile 



Shastan 

village on nort 
below BoTOS 



K^flh'^goo-ne'-pe 



KorioineM 




KT?y?^ V~9oo-ne-pe : Konomehoo name for their village on 
SW side of Salmon River about If miles above Butler 
Creek. It was on the ridge between Butler Flat and 
Indian Bottom, but nearer Indian Bottom; called Indian 
Bottom ranclieria. -~ ciAi^/.>^. 



KwnhLtah^ knh-pahk^ 



Shaste 



Shaf^tan 



w ^nLtah.kah-pahk : Shusto mme for their village on 
north side of Klamath ^.iver about one nile (perhaps 
below Kno.kv/ah-re^-kah . Kwah-tuk is the ohaste name 
the coyote^ - e^t^-^. 



more) 
of ' 




Shaste 

Kvyaht-te'-kwar (or Maht-te~ kwar) : Shaste 
and former small Shaste village or camp 
southwest of Yreka on road to Pt. Jones 
root called Mattekwg . - 



,: . Sha stal l 

name for mountain 
about 4 miles 
Named from the 



""1 

oee 



Maht-te-kv/ar 




3haste 



Shastan 



Kw.ah"tQQ-ark 




; One of the names sometimes applied 
to the Shaste oT Upper Klamath Canyon* probably referring 
originally to the inhabitants of Kwah^tah ~kah~pahk > 
a village on the north side of Klamath River between 
Jenny Creek and Camp Creek. '-ci<M<xw^ 



Kwah-wns h-ah-se-wah-kah 



ShasJLs. 



Shastan 



Kv/ah~\vash-ah-se~wah"kah M3:3hastc neme for their village 
on south side of Klamath River at mouth of Willow Creek 
belov/ Ager. (A great place for fishing. )~ 




(Kwah- 



/ 



fVash-ah-se 



vv 



- 7/a h-kwa h*^ Kwe h- wa s h'-a h- s o w- v/a h-ka h)?) 



Kwaiantikwokets ( ' on the other side of 
the river'). An isolated Paiute band, 
formerly living in n. w. Arizona, e. of 
Colorado r. Pop. 62 in 1873. They affili- 
ated largely with the Navaho. 

Kuraintu-kwakats. — Ingalis in H. R. E*x. Doc. 66y 
42d Cong., 3d sess., 2, 1873 (misprint). Kwai-an'- 
ti-twok-ets. —Powell in Ind. Aff. Rep. ]^J3, 50, 1874. 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt. 1, p. ///, 1907 



S K 6 S h O Y\ G Qltv. 



^f 



<.x^ 



,Ca. 



^u*^ 



Kwaiant ikwoket 



SIICSHOHEAU 



Kwaiant ilwoket » — "The Kwaiantikwoket also lived to the 

the [^Colorado] river in Arizona about Navajo 
Powell. Linguistic Families, p. 110, 1891. 



east of 
Mountain" 



Kwaivutlp 



Kwaivutlp: •Diegueno* name for Escondido* — 
oHoSEonean Dialects. 148. 1907. 



Shoshonean 
Kroeber, 



L 



VA.V.i'^\VC> 







Kwakajmayu 



Kahchiah 



Pomoa 



_ nussian name 
north' of Ft. Ross. 




Chwachainaiu^ — Koatromitonow, 
ReichefS; I, 60, -233, 183^. 



Beitr. Russischen 



Chwachamayu. >-Wilh. Herzog, Verwandtschaft des 
Yumasprachstammes , Zeitschr. fur Ethnologie, 
X, 452, 1878. 

Khwakhainaiu. *- (after Barrett) Handbook of Am. 
Indians, Pt. 1, 680-1, 1907. 



V€ '»n (X. a VwV (X.V OlI Ql 









va 



Oc, 








Kwaleki { Kvxi-le-ki) . A former Kawia 
village in the San Jacinto mts., s. Cal. — 
Barrows, Coahuilla Ind., 27, 1900. 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt. 1, p.//i?^, 1907 



• KY/alv/hul 

- Kwalwhut. A ranclieria In n. TJower 
California, whose occupants speak the 
Hataam dialect of Dieguefio. — Henshaw, 
MS. vocab., B. A. V.., 18S4. 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt. 1, p./^^, 1907 



Yurnan 



Kwalinvoko anachi 

Kwal inyokoamachi : 
Mohave to desi 
Calif. ,485, 19 



Yokut 



Term meaning "tule sleepers" used by 
,nate the YoKuts. — Kroeber, Hdbk. Inds 

;5. 



the 











At v ^JnjJ^ 











IW>-<^Xk.^ 



^-WJUa.:uj.^__^.»:^^ Ji <:is^JisSU...J^ ^ ^,[^<\^ I ^ 0^,, 




V^ v^Ja■/v^> ivMolfcjv^ 






^f^l 



K;\v^g>so'-h o-took 



3haste 



Kwfig-sQ-ho--tcok : 
wood (a little north of 
Valley. ^ 



Shf^stan 



3havSte name for their village at 

town) in the south end of 



Mge- 
Shasta 



?Jik 



3ha s t e 



•Lv^^Ilk: 3h;]stG villnrre shewn on Dixon ^g map c 
riHo of KL.ir.ath Piver, 5 or 6 miles west of m 






' on souJrti. 

mouth of 



ocott livor.--Roland B. Dixon, The Shasta, Bull. 'maius, Nat. 
Hist., /ol. 17, Fart 5, Map PL-te 59, eJuly 1907. 

Not obtained by mo. 



atcan^ 




fr 



ahn 



Yiima 



Yuman 



^ , _ luma call themselves kwatcan j, a true 
name distinct from the term for man (ipa) or 



derives it 
The Yuma 



feople (pipa). The native etymology 
rom an incident in the creation mytn. 



took a special trail down from the top of avikwaae^ 
This was xam kwatc^n (^another going aown"). so 
they took the name kwatcan *^ — C. Daryll Porae. 
Ethnography of the Yuma Indians* Univ* Calif Pubs. p. 88 
Dec. 12, 1931. 



5ee Y 



unvO,. 



S« aX(o 




-ah-hflh 




3hr-)5^tar[ 



Kwatch-fih-h^h (or Ko-wstGh-nh-hnV|\ M=jmid:=ijrJiaJi) : 

chaste name for their village at mouth of 3cott River 
on south side of Klamath Hiver. Home of chief and a 
great^place for fishinp,. ^ (Place now washed out.) Named 
from Scott Hiver, Ko-wats-ah-Tiah. In Hamburg dialect 



from Dcott River, Ko-wats-ah- V]i, In Ha 
(^mh-tfi-rQCL) called Ko~^>mtLtap^-p a]^.-cM<^ 



See Ko--atch-ah-hah' 



Kwatoa 



MIDU 



• Kwatoa .— Powell. Linguistic Families, p. 100, 1891. 



See also Ko-to~ah . 



• K\7at.teSb 



Karok 



Village M side Klariiatli River at Rsynolds Greek (5 m 
belov/ Halverson's). Kixx-Oi. Amjo^^a . ^ d/^w^ 






\' Ic U.-1 



Tribe. 



Name .Kwe-ahts-wah 



Standard form 



Tribe D 



Source 



Village D 



Other □ 



Identification and remarks 



Kwe'->ahts-y/ah 




wei-ahts-v/ah : Village on south side of Klamath River at 
Griders Ranch, nearly opposite but a little below mouth 
of Sciad Greek. Given mc as Karok , .though included by 
Dixon in b haste area. - ^i^Ujv^. 






Kwe-am-mlt 



Shoshone an 



Kwe* am-mi t > Ndm* b i - j e and Pan«->na«wa : Names given me by/^ 
PanamlnF Shoshone at Olancha ( Owens Lake, Calif.) for 
Owens Talley Piute from Lone Pine north to Big Pine, 
Bishop, Benton, & Round Valley. — c^w^^ 



See also Pan-na-wa, N< 




ik-kik-ke~eh' 



Chaste 



ohasta n 



K-vft-ohikLkik-ke-eli : Sliaste name for their 
north side of Klaim^th River 2 or ^t miles 
(about half a mile above v^^hk-nim-pah and 
above wagon bridge across Klamath niver). 



village on 
belov/'Eeswick 
same distance 



^' •• vr^ 



Ti^^t 



^ 






t. 



Kwe-ha-pi-rfih 



oha s t e 



Shns^tan 



Kv/e"hei~p3,-rahW» Chaste name for their rancheria on flat 
at henley, near Uornbrook. rJarae same as that of Henley 
flat, and sometimes used loosely for the Hornbrook 
region. Similarly, the tena Kwe-hs-pi~rah-choo~igh is 
sometimes applied to. the inliabitants of that rep^ion 
without regard to the particular rancheria to which 
they may belong. - 



oee lKo- ha~pi^rah-; Kw^- hai-pil?^ Kwe-haipi-rah-choo-ish 




-ha-pi>rah choQ-ish 



3h a s t e 



Kwe-ha-pi^rah d^oo-igh: Shaste name, in 
dialect, for f elated sub tribe on north 
River east of Sciad Creek. Hcl^^«.JL ^tovv 

\U/^J^ -LlLWbV ^'^-*-^ 





Yreka Valley 
side Klamatn 




Shaste 



ShfK^tan 



KwftLkr::h-ek-ke: 



3ha.«te nemo for their old rancheria 9n 



Deer Creek, '? miles weet cf Shovel Creek and .I2-2 miles 
south of Klamath River on south side of present '^"^'^^on ^^^ 
road, i^'ino spring there. Still inhabited; present (1^1^ 
residence cf old ohaste Chief, KJi t-te-katf-hah. locally 
knovm as Bogus Ton Smith, and his '^'ife. Name same as 
that cf the^spring- Visited by me in 1907 and 1919.-c^*4-^ 



K^Nnj- ^ - V\M ^ " \'VoJrL~ \ e.^ 



Uft/^~OC 



^iaA.^x^ 1.^,,^ Y^v^^^ \(^^^1 vvoly \ 'vv^-M^^-^^ 






UtA/CAJCkKA^ 



0/W^ 



/ 






^ ?;u^^^ 






VnvM ^"iS-UJUSj^. 






KweLroo^tah^tfih-. 




Shaste 



Shastan 



»-k«4^ \' 



' Kwe-rco-tah-teh-^ala : (or Ko o'-roo-tah-tah-'g ah V; . Shaste 
name for their village known as ^Little ::)hasta rancheria' 
and^Table Rock rancheria'at Little Shasta village — **up 
by Table Rock." Name same an that of Table Boc 




See Koo'-roo-tah-tah-gah 



I 



Kv/eriro-bak^kik^F? to^ 



3ha ^te 



2h 



go t/8H 



P<5 



Kwerire-bakikik-stok; : 
north side of Klamath Eiver about 



ohante nane for their village 

half a mile below 



on 



K'.vQ^h-sJiali 



Shaste 



Shastan 




^Shaste, name, for _ their., villaf^e on south side 
Biver at mouth of Little BogSs i;reek.-.d^H^. 






\AJLti:<xv/w 'VvuovajtK.Q. 



VWUctKw^^ , v^y-^-^csh- 



t 












-^>-%- — ^l.«Jb^^l>^i^^^ 6Ua.s^ 



^^ d>AAj^^^^ flL HoQ-^-i^^ 




KwetcLs ^ 3oo>l.-^h-te-liik 

: ^^ Yfiyot '^ r Soo-lah-te-lukl name for a village at 
the juncture of^Ryans and Freshwater Creeks. — L. !• Loud," 
Ethnogeography & Archaeology of the Wiyot Territory, Univ. 
Calif. Pubs, in Am. Arch, oc Ethn. , Vol. 14, p. 288, 1918. 

Site AN on accompanying map. 







Aa/-^ 



S^-^^^^^SJ^-^*^^-- .^^ \10]. 




K' 



/ 



-\VLOCt 







k>-volo<jv 



I'UijOtw 







*Kwiene:orriats 



Shoshone an 



» Kwiengomata ( Kni-en^ -go-mats ) . A Pai- 
ute band, numbering 18 in 1873, at wliich 
time they dweltat Indian spring, s. Nev — 
Powell in Ind. Aff. Rep. 1873, 50, 1874. 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Ft. 1, p.;?y^, 1907 




K 

to 

Ethnof^e 




ave 



: Wjyot village _oirwe5rtside"of_Jft9l Riv^rT^said 



had many houses and many people. — L. L. Loud, 
, ography oc Archaeolofo^ of the Wiyot Territory, Univ. 
Calif. Pubs, m Am. kroh. & Ethn. , Vol. 14, np. 271. 288. 
1918. . • -^ 

Site BA on accompanying map. 



4 
See Puk-vver-rah-gah-yah 



H vv V. <j vx^i: s 



K^wiumpus (^bear river people'). A 
Paiute tribe formerly living in the vicinity 
of Beaver, s. w. Utah; pop. 29 in 1873.— 
Powell . in Ind. Aff . R^. 1873, 50, 1874. 
Cf. Cumumhah. 14 c^ 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt. 1, p. -/yS, 1907 



5Kos KoneouYv 

Kwigunts. A Paiute band in s. Utah. — 
Ingalls in H. R. Ex. Doc. m, 42d Cong., 
3d sess., 2, 1873. '[HJ 

Handbook Am, Indians 

Pt. 1, p.;//, 1907 



5 ho s WoTveaYv. 



Kwi~he-re -ho~tiik 



3ha s t e 



Shastan 



Kwi-he'-ro-h o-tuk: Shasto name for their village on south 
side of Klamath River 2 miles below ohovel Creek and 
close, to river. House of Herman opanis now on or very 
near rancheria site. - ci^ttr.>>^. 







N 



\JLV^G^V\^ 



"E^SOo^U^vx., K>^V,^^H, V^t^"^. 



y**"^ ^<><^^V?(K." ^fe^^^.-~ ^V(x>jNj»XvjflLteiA/v^ ^ i^uoo.^. 



Kwik-noo 



ohar^t e 




o 



a o 




Kwik-noo : ohaste name for their old villac^ about 3 miles 
south of Yreka on road to Gazolle; now part of Thomas 
ranch. Present home of old chief known as 'Shasta Jake' 
of 'Moffit Creek Jake.' Old Indian graveyard there .-^(<^v--. 



K\M\YAV^ -\wocWW 



^\Q.aw^Vy.Ti 



\k>w eL\x 







K\n\>yv'-^Wos 



M-d^/v— <. (^^..CJU^X'X'-tX-k Cio-UvLtWoL JU 



1 "> \ a i >>- ^ "X K 



WtLxSewo. ^ ^^*ry^. 



\oH\\ QJV\<$^\vwc\yv {M^jda^'.KKr^^j^ 



.^ 



^V<2-^^^0^A>^e.\ ^ / 



ri-y^^ ^^\\y^'\\\Q^'W\KK .^ \O^JMJoJU^^,^-W4^U>VULJlA.^ 



VsVNVT Oc'Xve.^rciAcYt o v^ Kvm\\: OLVLe'Vw^Ac■\rL 



^Vs^/VNNJxJiMJ^^Uv^^ 




jt^^-'^- ^OOsAvV^AVo^.'^ V jv.VLA)oO^^§-V»<2Xj^^Ok>N^ 



^ v-U-3-^Al^_l 






4v^-^ YuJVw^. ~UA^^VvJC 






S^JU^OJU^ KWC.W'VV y CULCWO^VV 



KvAj'v\.<J* <xl>v!^ ^ 



KvM\l(i?({ 



olvc- 



^ 



^k'VwO^ 



'Y'^^s— jC^'M_/<>/N-,.x«_OL\»ji.^ 



^XV, :>;tH, \^o%. 




W^XJov^ 







" g a h ta-sjih ~ w j ? 



3ha ste 



Kwits~3ahts~sah-',vishr Ghaste name for 
spring at Sheep Rock,, just north of Mt, 
from Dheep Rock, K-vyit--5 ah> 1 -- 



. . _ ShastSn 

their village at 
Shasta, (flamed 




Kwokv/cJSs 



ji* 



C 



oos 



^^ 



Athai;aakan 



KwQkwbos or Kau3 : Tribe mentioned by Horatio Ila 
on a small river called by their name, betw^ 



le as 

_ ppni'Vift 

Ump^ua and the Klamet.'*--HaleV^Ethnf:rr*Wilke3 Ex- 
sedition, p. 221. 1846. 
Hale gives ^* Kaus or Kwokwoos '^ 



^"^Vm Oteoo 




V^\M0YQ^9Av> 



^^-^^-AlXt^ ^<^-0^ . 



•,4 ^^,1 [^xu^.jijL^^aEsl 



Kavo\ 



<. 



U4">- 4"a3^ ^ ^^^^qMj)m. iXXXS) ^-l- ^^t2i3iw(wK«^i 



Kwor 



atem^ 



Karok 



Kworatem. A locality and a camp or 
village at the confluence of Klamath and 
Salmon rs., n. w. CaL, on the e. bank of 
the former and the s. bank of the latter. 
The name is not Karok, in whose terri- 
tory the place is situated, but from the 
Yurok language spoken farther down' 
Klamath r. According to the Yurok cus- 
tom, Kworatem, being the name of the 
place nearest the mouth of Salmon r., was 
used for the river itself, though always 
with the addition of a term like iirnerneriy 
^stream/ The name Quoratem was er- 
roneously used l^y Gibbs for the Karok 
Indiana, and was adopted by Powell in 
the adjectival form Quoratean (q. v.) as 
the name of the linguistic family consti- 
tuted bv the Karok. ( a. l. k. ) 

Cor-a-tem.— McKee (1851) in Sen. Ex. Doc. 4, 32d 
Cong., spec, sess , 163, 1853. ftuoratem. — Gibbs 
(1851) in Schoolcraft, Ind. Tribes, in, 151, 1853. 
ftuoratems — Ibid. . 

Handbook Am. Indians 

Pt. 1, p. /y/, 1907 



• Kwotoa ^ 

Kwotoa. A division of the ]\Iaidu at 
Placerville, Eldorado co., Cal. 

?^?L°'*°'"* — Po^^ers in Cont. N. A. Ethnol., in, 315, 
1«77. Quotoas.— Powers in Overland Mo., xii, 22, 

1874. ' 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt. l,p./y^, 1907 



Midu 






Kv/o-to-a 



Mi-doo stock 



acciicl at Placerville, El Dorado Co. , 
Powers," Tribes of Calif, p 315, 1877. 



Calif 



Suj^oiUv V<i-^Cj-Q.Vv V ^.WO^OO^ 






?0\w 










f^t^AA^JKK^lMT'^A ITO^.HJQ [Hw^i^nc\.r^M^^.n>^,£i^.%o^.U^£ 




Kya.namarflR. — Rfl.-n r*rnft^ Nfltivfi Rfli^ftR^ Vnl 




p :449 , 




SLio^\^QLVLQ^VvvQ^H"C^^WaWvVwo^^^a | K(L\A^OL\\vO^ , WoC^.\^(K^Q■TO,'^Q.w^ 



'VirvQ.XO . 



f^ 



\ 



D 



Kymatlns 

Kvmtiiifi> "The Kvmat ins . Colusi . Coptis A Willys ranged 
throiJgh the country around the [Marysville] Buttes." 
-Gen.Bidwell in History of Sutter Co. by Im.H. Chamber lai: 

& Harry I.Wells, 0akland,lS,1879, 



V 



[X - V. . p ^A w ^ * 



Kytnus 






One of six tribes, speaking different di 
at war, in Napa Valley, Calif., in 1621. 

dwelt on the Yount grant.; --Memo rial and Biopr'l 
North'n Calif., Lewis Pub'g Co., 161, 1891. 



dialects and often 
"The Kyrnus tr ibe 

Hist. 




See Ki-mus 



K yrock 



Kyrock : I:-isspellinp, 
Apr. 1923. 



Ka r ok 




X 

in Calif. Indian Herald, p. 12, 

• 

12 ciflJl;:g>%JLl>^\ux>iil-^^^ t^^^- 



c 



Interesting Talks Given by Workers For Cause 

Of Indians of Country 



. Blue Lake, April 21. — Last Thursday evening a 
meeting of the First American Auxiliary of the 
California Indian Board of Co-operation was 
held at the Civic Center in Blue Lake. Ben 
Scott of the Blue Lake Auxiliary acted as chair- 
man of the meeting. After the roll call of the 
officers, who responded by taking their seats 
upon the platform the audience listened to sev- 
eral weird songs by Steve Super, an aged Indian 
of the Kyrock tribe, from the Klamath. The 
last song was the "Coyote" song, accompanied 
by a dance which, despite his advanced age, was 
accomplished with much suppleness. 



K\aiwitledinj 



ber-ra-f^on 



Polikla 



Kyuwitled 



edin£: G-iven by Kroeber a3 ?Ioo-pah nfime for Polikla 
a^^ie of Ser-ra-£^on, on north side of Klaniabh bet'.veen 

Ka^-kem and Pek'^Vahri. — Kroeber, Hdbk Inda Calif, p 11, 

1925 



vill 



See 8er-ra-gon 



See also Sre^^on